Author: Sarah Noble

Ancillary Benefits

Ancillary Benefits

Ancillary benefits are a secondary type of health insurance coverage that covers miscellaneous medical expenses that are incurred during a stay at the hospital. The definition of ancillary benefits means it can cover expenses such as ambulance transportation, blood, drugs, and medical supplies like bandages.

This past year I learned the importance of having ancillary benefits like Hospitalization coverage. As most of you know, I fell and broke my hip in July this year. I was covered by a plan that paid me directly for each segment of my treatment. This meant that the deductible, co-insurance and copays that I owed were covered by payments made to me directly through my ancillary plan. I even had money left over to take care of the earnings gap I experienced while I was off work. It was a great blessing. It is a very affordable insurance program and we can help you learn more about it. Just call us or e-mail us and we will get together with you to see if it is right for you.


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We Launched a Newsletter (and other news)

We Launched a Newsletter! (and other news)

We created the first of a quarterly newsletter to keep you informed of all the benefits you have with your plan so that you can take advantage of every benefit you deserve to get. There will also be news of what is going on in the Senior world that you may take advantage of, as well as a bit of Senior Humor to keep us happy as we deal with what some call the ‘Golden Years’. If you are interested in signing up to receive our newsletter in the future checkout the newsletter tab on our brand new website. 

First of all some news, we have moved into a larger office that will accommodate both Laurie and Martin so that we may better serve our friends moving forward. We are now in Suite 110 in the same building on North Avenue.

Secondly, Martin is undergoing a few surgeries in the first of the year and will be taking a medical leave until May, in the meantime Laurie will fill in for Martin as needed to help you with your concerns or questions. You can always get help by calling the customer service number on the back of your membership cards.

Martin & Laurie

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