Medicare - Getting Started Seminars in Springfield, Mo.

We know how overwhelming it can be to learn about Medicare, sift through your different coverage options and move to a new medical plan. That’s why we are inviting individuals who are eligible for Medicare, or who will soon be eligible, to attend a free Medicare - Getting Started session.

Who should attend?

  • People who will soon turn 65 years of age
  • People currently on Medicare who want to learn more about available options

Join us to learn more about Medicare, including:

  • Differences between Medicare Parts A and B
  • Medicare Part D drug coverage
  • Medicare Part C Advantage
  • Medicare supplemental insurance plans
  • Medicare premium assistance that may be available if you qualify

Whether you’re ready to enroll in Medicare now, plan to soon or will continue with a different insurance for the near future, we want you to feel confident about your coverage options. No matter which insurance plan you select, you’ll continue to be cared for by your current primary care physician and have access to the skilled, compassionate caregivers at Mercy, while enjoying predictable medical costs

Mercy Accepts These Medicare Advantage Plans

Mercy accepts Medicare Advantage plans with Aetna/Coventry, Allwell, Anthem, Humana and United Healthcare.

Attend a Seminar

Click above to register for a seminar, or call 417 841-0333.

Third Tuesday of the Month
5:30 - 7 p.m.
Mercy Orthopedic Hospital - Springfield
3050 E. River Bluff Blvd.                                                           
Ozark, MO 65721                                                                       
Conference Room 1 (use the Mercy Orthopedic Clinic entrance)


Second Saturday of the Month
9 - 10:30 a.m.
Hammons Heart Institute

1325 E. Cherokee
Springfield, MO 65804
Multi-Purpose Room located between Mercy Hospital and the Mercy Clinic Fremont

If you can’t attend one of these dates, be sure to check for more options in surrounding Mercy communities.

You can learn about your Medicare coverage options by contacting the plans directly, calling 1-800-MEDICARE or visiting Medicare.gov. Local insurance agents can also answer questions about Medicare benefits.