Medicare Signed Into Law

On July 30, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed Medicare into law. The first enrolled beneficiary to receive the first Medicare card was former President Harry Truman.

Today, Medicare provides healthcare to Americans aged 65 and older and to people under that age who have certain disabilities or permanent kidney disease. For those approaching age 65, their application can be submitted three months before turning 65.

If you already receive Social Security or Railroad Retirement Board benefits, you will be automatically enrolled. 

Do you have questions about Medicare? Schedule your free, comprehensive Medicare review today.

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