transitioning to Medicare can be a confusing process.

But with Avila Medicare Solutions, it doesn’t have to be. We specialize in assisting Medicare beneficiaries with the enrollment process from start to finish, so you can be more confident in your Medicare decisions.

WE MAKE MEDICARE EASY FOR YOU.

Avila Medicare Solutions is a full-service independent insurance brokerage dedicated to assisting those who are transitioning to Medicare. With over 16 years of experience our team of  licensed agents are experts in the industry and fully certified by the many insurance companies we represent to guide you through the process of Medicare enrollment, as well as helping you select the proper benefits to meet your specific needs.

FREEDOM OF CHOICE

As an independent brokerage we represent all of the major carriers and use cutting-edge software allowing us to efficiently compare your unique situation and needs across the entire marketplace of insurance companies insuring you get the benefits you need most at a cost you can easily afford.

Medicare Advantage

Medicare Advantage plans are a type of Medicare health plan offered by a private company that contracts with Medicare to provide all your Part A and Part B benefits.

Medicare Supplements

Medicare Supplements or Medigap Plans help pay for certain costs that are not covered by Original Medicare. There are ten supplement plans to choose from.

Prescription Drug Plans

Not included in Original Medicare, Prescription Drug Plans under Medicare Part D cover needed prescription Medications at an affordable cost.

Hospital Indemnity

Hospital indemnity insurance is a supplemental insurance plan designed to offset the hospital copayments required by many Medicare Advantage plans.

Dental Insurance

Dental plans include coverage for preventive care like routine exams, cleanings, and x-rays, basic services like fillings, and major services like root canals, crowns and more.

Critical Illness

Critical illness insurance provides additional coverage for medical emergencies like heart attack, stroke, or cancer usually paying a lump sum cash benefit.