Medicare Advantage plans in Florida
Why choose a Medicare Advantage plan from UnitedHealthcare?
UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans — including the only plans with the AARP name — in Florida are designed to give you more for your Medicare dollar by offering all the benefits of Original Medicare as well as coverage for extra benefits like prescription drugs, dental and vision.
Most UnitedHealthcare Medicare Advantage plans offer:
- On the most common prescription drugs1
- For doctor visits
- To see any dentist in Medicare Advantage's largest national dental network2
- For virtual visits — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week3
Medicare Advantage's largest national provider network
Choose from more than one million network providers nationwide.4
Free gym membership to Medicare Advantage's largest gym network, including premium gyms.2
Vision and hearing care
Connect with UnitedHealthcare to learn more about Medicare plans in Florida
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Meet with a licensed insurance agent near you
Frequently asked questions
You are eligible for Medicare if you are a U.S. citizen or qualified legal resident and one of the following:
- Age 65 or older
- Younger than 65 with a qualifying disability
- Any age with a diagnosis of End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS, also called Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
Medicare Advantage (Part C) plans often have a low or $0 monthly premium. In addition to the monthly plan premium, there are out-of-pocket costs — such as deductibles, copays and coinsurance. These costs will depend on the particular plan you choose.
- A deductible is the amount you must pay for your own care before the plan begins to cover costs
- A copay is a set amount you pay for a medical service or prescription drug
- Coinsurance is when the cost is split between the plan and the insured person; for example, you pay 20% and the plan pays 80%
Medicare Advantage plans are offered by private insurance companies like UnitedHealthcare. In order to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan, you must first enroll in Original Medicare (Part A and Part B). You'll then need to enroll directly with the plan provider, either online, over the phone or with an agent.
Benefits, features and/or devices vary by plan/area. Limitations and exclusions apply.
1$0 prescription copay may be restricted to particular tiers, preferred medications, or home delivery prescriptions during the Initial Coverage phase and may not apply during the Coverage Gap or Catastrophic stage. You will pay a maximum of $35 for each 1-month supply of Part D covered insulin drug through all coverage stages.
2Based on UnitedHealthcare Product Ancillary Network 360 Research, May 2021. Network size varies by market and exclusions may apply. Arizona, Florida, New York and Pennsylvania, Dual Special Needs Plans (D-SNP), Medica plans in Florida, People’s Health plans in Louisiana and the High Option Dental Rider in California are supported by large local dental networks.
3Virtual visits may require video-enabled smartphone or other device. Not for use in emergencies.
4Based on UnitedHealthcare's national provider network report (May 2022). Provider network may vary in local market.