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What is Medicare Supplemental Health Insurance in Wisconsin?

Looking for Medicare health insurance in Wisconsin can be confusing. Learning the difference between Original Medicare coverage, Medicare Advantage, and Medicare Supplement Insurance options can be time consuming. And with open enrollment there are time restrictions! That is where Extended Personal Service can help. We have been working in the industry since 1978! Our number one goal is educate first and then help you make an informed decision.

We know it can be overwhelming to find a health plan here in Wisconsin. That is why we are here to help. No matter what type of coverage you are looking for our friendly agents can help find the plan that fit your needs. Best of all there is no extra cost to you! You can choose to work with our team located right here in Wisconsin without extra costs!

Medicare Part A

Medicare Part A is commonly known as hospital insurance. For most people Part A is premium-free. This means you won't have a monthly payment for the coverage. We will walk you through optional riders that can help cover the additional deductibles, co-insurance, benefit periods and cost share related to Medicare Part A in Wisconsin.

Medicare Part B

Medicare Part B is commonly known as medical insurance. It helps pay your doctor's bills and certain other charge, such as surgical care, testing, procedures, and some outpatient services. The monthly premium is automatically taken out of your Social Security check each month.

Medicare Part C

Medicare Part C is the Medicare program commonly known as Medicare Advantage that provides coverage through private insurance plans. The plans provide the same coverage as Medicare and also supplemental health insurance coverage. Medicare Advantage plans may include deductibles and copayment and/or coinsurance amounts (out-of-pocket expenses) that do not apply to Wisconsin standardized Medicare supplement polices.

Medicare Part D

Medicare Part D is the Medicare program to provide assistance for Medicare beneficiaries to pay for outpatient prescription drug costs. It is an optional program available to Medicare beneficiaries eligible for Medicare Part A and/or enrolled in Medicare Part B.


We can help compare multiple plan options specific to where you live in Wisconsin. There is bound to be a match.

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We have been working in the industry since 1978. Navigating your options to make sure you understand the coverage.

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Extended Personal Service, Ltd was founded in 1978 and remains an independently owned and family operated firm in Wisconsin.

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