If you are receiving Social Security benefits prior to Age 65, you will automatically be enrolled in Medicare Parts A and B, when you turn age 65. Your Part B premium will be deducted from your Social Security benefits automatically, and therefore you will not need to take any action to enroll in Medicare Parts A and B.
When you turn Age 65, you have a seven-month initial enrollment period.
For Example: You turn Age 65, April 20, 2019.
You can enroll in person at your local Social Security office, or apply online at www.SSA.gov.
Clients still working past Age 65, with Employer Health Plan:
Instructions to locate the Medicare Enrollment Page on www.SSA.gov:
Your card will have your new Medicare number and effective dates for Part A and Part B, at that point you can enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan or purchase a Medicare Supplement plan.