Can you get Part B when you turn 65 years if you are disabled and have Medicare Part A only?:QuickMedicareSupplement.com

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You are under age 65 years and have Medicare based on a disability. You did not take Part B when you first enrolled in Medicare. You would like to add Part B when you turn age 65 years. How do you enroll in Part B? Will you have to pay a higher premium?

You are under age 65 years and have Medicare based on a disability. You did not take Part B when you first enrolled in Medicare. You would like to add Part B when you turn age 65 years. How do you enroll in Part B? Will you have to pay a higher premium?

If you are still entitled to disability benefits and consequently Medicare Part A when you turn age 65 years, you will not have to apply for Part B. You will be automatically enrolled in Part B. You will obtain an Initial Enrollment Package containing a new Medicare card reflecting the Part A entitlement date based on disability and the Part B entitlement date based on age 65 years. You will be given the package about three months before the month you reach age 65 years. You will not have to pay a higher surcharge for your Part B for the reason that the attainment of age 65 years starts a new Initial Enrollment Period. (The package will give details how you can decline Part B if you do not wish for it.).

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