Alaskans helping Alaskans get more out of their Medicare
We provide one–on–one counseling to Medicare beneficiaries and their families.
We also teach how to spot and report Medicare errors, waste and fraud.
Questions? Contact us:
In Anchorage: 907-269-3680
Toll–free within Alaska:800-478-6065
TTY: 800-770-8973 email@example.com
Need to Contact Social Security?
Call 1-800-772-1213 Mon-Fri 7a.m.-7p.m. all time zones.
Now taking new Medicare patients: Please call for an appointment
- Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center, 907-743-7200
- Providence Senior Care Center, 907-212-3420
- Alaska Medicare Clinic, 907-433-5100
We are funded through two programs: State Health Insurance Assistance Programs (SHIP) and Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP).
SHIP funds personalized counseling, education and outreach to Medicare beneficiaries and their families. This allows people to better understand and utilize their Medicare benefits. SHIP is a program of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) cms.gov.
SMP funds education for Medicare beneficiaries and others on how to spot and report potential Medicare errors, fraud, waste and abuse. SMP is a program of the Administration for Community Living (ACL).
In the news
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10/15 DHSS press release: The window to sign up for Medicare prescription plans opens today
5/8 Medicare team receives award at the 2014 Governor's Denali Peak Performance Awards Ceremony. More...
11/14 New Medicare scam in wake of health care confusion. Jeanné Larson with the Anchorage Medicare Information Office speaks with KYUR reporter, Whitney LB Miller, asking the public to be wary of a new scam. View the video.
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11/13 Jeanné Larson with the Anchorage Medicare Information Office speaks with KTUU reporter, Caslon Hatch, about navigating through the Medicare maze. Read the report.
Scam alert! Scammers are calling Medicare beneficiaries and telling them they need a new Medicare card. They ask for people’s Medicare numbers and banking information. They may have some already, which makes them sound convincing. DO NOT GIVE THIS INFO! Medicare will NEVER call you or stop by and ask for your personal information. Here is a flyer with more information you can print and post.