Medicare Prescription Drug Plans – Eligibility and Enrollment
If you are new to Medicare, turning 65, retiring, moving, qualify for assistance, losing employer coverage, or have another qualifying situation, you may still be eligible to enroll in or change your plan. UnitedHealthcare offers a variety of Medicare Prescription Drug plans — one may be right for you. For all others, the Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is October 15 – December 7.
How to enroll
You can fill out your enrollment application online.
To begin, enter your ZIP code. Zip code.
Plans in Your Area
Do you already know which plan you want to enroll in?
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You can enroll over the phone.
Call toll-free at 1-877-699-5710 (TTY 711), 8 a.m.–8 p.m. local time, 7 days a week to speak to a sales representative who can walk you through the enrollment process.
You can send us a paper enrollment form in the mail.
To enroll by mail, download and fill out the enrollment form, then print it and mail your completed enrollment form to UnitedHealthcare.
To get UnitedHealthcare Medicare plan enrollment forms (PDF):
- Enter your ZIP code below and click the "Find plans" button.
- On the next page, you'll see a list of plan types. If there are Medicare Advantage or Prescription Drug plans available in your area, you'll see a number above the plan type; for example:
- Click the "View Plans" link under the type of plan you want to see.
- Choose one of the available plans in your area and click on the "View plan (and drug coverage) details" link for that plan. If that plan is accepting enrollment, you'll find the form you need in the Plan Documents section near the bottom of the page.
What You Need to Enroll
You will need the information found on your Medicare card, like your Medicare ID number.
You need to have EITHER Part A OR Part B to enroll in a Medicare Prescription Drug plan.