Retired or soon to retire

Do I need to sign up for Medicare if I’m still working at age 65 or older and am covered by a USC medical plan?

You do not have to sign up for Medicare Part B and Part D as long as you are an active benefits-eligible employee and enrolled in one of the USC medical plans. We do recommend, however, that you sign up for Medicare Part A (hospital coverage) in order to get your information in the Medicare system. Part A is free in most cases. Medicare Part B (doctor services) will not be required until you retire or are not eligible for a USC medical plan.

Senior Care
USC offers its own Medicare supplement for former employees, with many distinct advantages over Medicare supplement HMOs.


Social Security

Retired Faculty Association

Staff Retirement Association

HELP for seniors


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