Medicare plays a key role in providing health and financial security to beneficiaries residing in New Hampshire. With more than 304,700 New Hampshire beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare, we’ll cover some very important information below about Medicare in New Hampshire. We want to help you better understand your options and make the decision-process as seamless as possible once you’re ready to enroll in Medicare or discover different coverage options.

New Hampshire Medicare Enrollments

238,587

Original Medicare Plans (Part A and B)

66,184

Medicare Advantage & Other Health Plans

161,267

Stand-alone Medicare Part D (Drug Plans)

304,771

Total Medicare Beneficiaries in New Hampshire

Who Qualifies for Medicare in New Hampshire?

Medicare covers most New Hampshire residents who are age 65 or older, and it also covers disabled New Hampshire residents. In general, Medicare enrollment in New Hampshire works the same way as it does in the rest of the country. If you qualify, Original Medicare Part A and Part B will help cover your health costs.

Once you have Medicare eligibility, you can begin choosing a new health plan through a Medicare Advantage Plan, Medigap plan, and/or a Medicare Part D drug plan.

Who Qualifies for Medicare

Local Medicare Health Plan Resources in New Hampshire

  • New Hampshire’s Bureau of Elderly and Adult Services (BEAS): BEAS provides a variety of social and long-term supports to adults age 60 and older and to adults between the ages of 18 and 60 who have a chronic illness or disability.
    Contact: Call 1-866-634-8412 to locate your nearest center or view a list of locations here.

  • New Hampshire Insurance Department provides a variety of resources and information about Medicare and Medicare Advantage, as well as long-term care insurance and other insurance plans that are applicable to senior citizens.
    Contact: Call 1-800-852-3416

  • New Hampshire Medication Bridge is sponsored by the Foundation for Healthy Communities and helps individuals who are not eligible for Medicaid pay for the cost of long-term prescription medications. In addition to providing prescription medication assistance, the Medication Bridge Program helps seniors and other individuals understand Medicare and Medicare Advantage benefits and other social assistance programs that might be suited to their needs.
    Contact: 603-225-0900

  • Office of Veterans Services: Veterans and their immediate family members can seek assistance with Medicare Advantage claims, appeals, and information about available plans by contacting their nearest Office of Veterans Services.
    Contact: Call 1-800-622-9230

  • The City of Concord Human Services department offers a variety of social services and supports, including Medicare and Medicaid assistance for low-income seniors and individuals throughout the city.
    Contact: Call 603-225-8575 or visit the Human Services office in person at 28 Commercial St. in Concord.

  • The Loaves and Fishes Ministry is a social assistance program that helps low-income families and individuals with short-term financial needs. This program principally serves residents in the communities of Andover, Salisbury, Bradford, Springfield, Danbury, Sunapee, Elkins, Sutton, New London, Warner, Newbury, and Wilmot.
    Contact: Call 1-800-978-6395

The licensed agents that are partnered with Timefor65 can help you compare the availability, benefits, and costs of Medicare plans in your specific region of New Hampshire. Our process makes it easier for you to access your Medicare eligibility in New Hampshire so that you receive personalized, affordable, and easy-to-use coverage options and solutions. Feel free to fill out the form or give us a call at (866) 327-0148 anytime to get your free quote and ask any questions that may be lingering.