If you’ve been awarded Social Security Disability benefits, you are potentially eligible to receive Medicare. Medicare eligibility is determined by The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) according to a number of strict criteria. This page provides an introduction to eligibility requirements; for more detailed answers, please contact us to speak with a licensed Medicare specialist at Aevo Insurance Services, a subsidiary of The Advocator Group.

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Who Is Eligible For Medicare?

The primary qualification requirements for Medicare are either:

  • 65+
  • YEARS OLD
  • You need to be 65 years of age or older to receive benefits.
  • OR
  • SSDI
  • AWARDED
  • You become eligible for Medicare if you’ve been awarded SSDI benefits.
  • 2YR
  • WAIT PERIOD
  • After being awarded SSDI, you’re eligible for Medicare after a 2 year waiting period.

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We are unable to assist you. Please contact your local Social Security office to discuss Social Security Insurance or Social Security Retirement. Click here for more information on SSDI eligibility.


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We are unable to assist you because you are already receiving Social Security Disability benefits.

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We are unable to assist you because you must have paid taxes for at least 5 out of the last 10 years to be eligible for Social Security Disability.

Not sure

Please call your local Social Security office at 1-800-772-1213 and ask for your work credits and your date last insured.