Better health care
starts here.

Your coordinated team for wellness.

Our goal is to help you stay as active and healthy as possible in the coming years. We provide adult primary care tailored to your needs, coordinated with all other aspects of your care. Our approach to health care results in:

  • Reduced hospital visits
  • Fewer prescriptions
  • Improved quality of life

Learn more about your
healthcare options.


call-icon Talk to a team member today
1-866-415-7402 (TTY: 711)

We’re here to help you navigate your Medicare enrollment process.

Call us and we can help you:

Frequently asked questions

 

  • When can I enroll in Medicare?

    Your Medicare Initial Enrollment Period is a seven-month window that begins three months before your 65th birthday, includes your birthday month, and ends three months after you turn 65.

  • What if I miss my enrollment date?

    It’s important to take action during this window of time. If you do not enroll during this period, you could face a late enrollment penalty or a gap in coverage. To learn more, visit Medicare.gov.

  • Am I eligible for Medicare coverage if I'm still working?

    Yes, you may be eligible for Medicare coverage if you meet the enrollment criteria. Click here to learn more.

  • If I had Medicare previously and recently moved, am I covered?

    Depending on your plan, the Medicare Advantage plan may not follow you to a new city, county, or state, so it is important to check the status of your plan and re-enroll, if necessary.

  • Why should I choose The Everett Clinic?

    Your health matters. That’s why The Everett Clinic puts an entire team to work for you. Our team is on your side, focused on helping you feel your best. We take pride in helping our patients feel as if they are part of a family—a place where they can feel at home. By putting a team on your side, our medical professionals have the support they need to focus their efforts where it matters most—on you.

We’re here to help. Questions? Call us at 1-866-415-7402.

Medicare Enrollment Options

New to Medicare

Recently Moved

Medicare Plans Accepted