Maintenance_50x50.jpg  Medicare Supplement Health Plans Are Going Away

The Episcopal Church Medical Trust (Medical Trust) is introducing a new retiree medical plan for 2022. Our current Medicare Supplement Health Plans will no longer be avaible after December 31, 2021.

Learn more at Introducing Group Medicare Advantage.

Health Benefits for Retired Clergy and Lay Employees

Although Medicare Part A and Part B provide coverage for medically necessary health services, the Medical Trust offers Medicare Supplement Health Plans that provide retirees with additional healthcare coverage. The Medical Trust plans help eligible retirees pay many out-of-pocket expenses, such as copayments, coinsurances, and deductibles. They also pay for some services not covered under Medicare.

We offer three Medicare Supplement Health Plans:

  • Comprehensive Plan
  • Plus Plan
  • Premium Plan

These plans are also available without prescription drug coverage for eligible retirees who are enrolled in Medicare Part D.

In addition, the Medical Trust offers three dental plans. All plans include several additional benefits at no additional cost to members.

Read detailed information about each supplement plan in the 2021 Medicare Supplement Handbook. 

To learn more about Medicare, download Medicare & You or visit the Medicare website

 

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