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2024 Medicare Advantage Plans Available to Residents of Virginia

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2024 Medicare Advantage Plans in Virginia.

Click below to see all 2024 Medicare Advantage or Drug Only Plans available in the County.
Accomack County, VA
Albemarle County, VA
Alleghany County, VA
Amelia County, VA
Amherst County, VA
Appomattox County, VA
Arlington County, VA
Augusta County, VA
Bath County, VA
Bedford County, VA
Bland County, VA
Botetourt County, VA
Brunswick County, VA
Buchanan County, VA
Buckingham County, VA
Campbell County, VA
Caroline County, VA
Carroll County, VA
Charles City County, VA
Charlotte County, VA
Chesterfield County, VA
Clarke County, VA
Craig County, VA
Culpeper County, VA
Cumberland County, VA
Dickenson County, VA
Dinwiddie County, VA
Essex County, VA
Fairfax County, VA
Fauquier County, VA
Floyd County, VA
Fluvanna County, VA
Franklin County, VA
Frederick County, VA
Giles County, VA
Gloucester County, VA
Goochland County, VA
Grayson County, VA
Greene County, VA
Greensville County, VA
Halifax County, VA
Hanover County, VA
Henrico County, VA
Henry County, VA
Highland County, VA
Isle of Wight County, VA
James City County, VA
King and Queen County, VA
King George County, VA
King William County, VA
Lancaster County, VA
Lee County, VA
Loudoun County, VA
Louisa County, VA
Lunenburg County, VA
Madison County, VA
Mathews County, VA
Mecklenburg County, VA
Middlesex County, VA
Montgomery County, VA
Nelson County, VA
New Kent County, VA
Northampton County, VA
Northumberland County, VA
Nottoway County, VA
Orange County, VA
Page County, VA
Patrick County, VA
Pittsylvania County, VA
Powhatan County, VA
Prince Edward County, VA
Prince George County, VA
Prince William County, VA
Pulaski County, VA
Rappahannock County, VA
Richmond County, VA
Roanoke County, VA
Rockbridge County, VA
Rockingham County, VA
Russell County, VA
Scott County, VA
Shenandoah County, VA
Smyth County, VA
Southampton County, VA
Spotsylvania County, VA
Stafford County, VA
Surry County, VA
Sussex County, VA
Tazewell County, VA
Warren County, VA
Washington County, VA
Westmoreland County, VA
Wise County, VA
Wythe County, VA
York County, VA
Alexandria City County, VA
Bristol City County, VA
Buena Vista City County, VA
Charlottesville City County, VA
Chesapeake City County, VA
Colonial Heights City County, VA
Covington City County, VA
Danville City County, VA
Emporia City County, VA
Fairfax City County, VA
Falls Church City County, VA
Franklin City County, VA
Fredericksburg City County, VA
Galax City County, VA
Hampton City County, VA
Harrisonburg City County, VA
Hopewell City County, VA
Lexington City County, VA
Lynchburg City County, VA
Manassas City County, VA
Manassas Park City County, VA
Martinsville City County, VA
Newport News City County, VA
Norfolk City County, VA
Norton City County, VA
Petersburg City County, VA
Poquoson City County, VA
Portsmouth City County, VA
Richmond City County, VA
Roanoke City County, VA
Staunton City County, VA
Suffolk City County, VA
Virginia Beach City County, VA
Waynesboro City County, VA
Williamsburg City County, VA
Winchester City County, VA
Radford City County, VA
Salem City County, VA

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  • Medicare beneficiaries with higher incomes may be required to pay both a Medicare Part B and Medicare Part D Income Related Monthly Adjustment Amount (IRMAA). Read more on IRMAA.
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  • Disclaimer for Institutional Special Needs Plan (SNP): This plan is available to anyone with Medicare who meets the Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) level of care and resides in a nursing home.
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  • Disclaimer for Chronic Condition Special Needs Plan (SNP): This plan is available to anyone with Medicare who has been diagnosed with the plan specific Chronic Condition.
  • Medicare MSA Plans combine a high deductible Medicare Advantage Plan and a trust or custodial savings account (as defined and/or approved by the IRS). The plan deposits money from Medicare into the account. You can use this money to pay for your health care costs, but only Medicare-covered expenses count toward your deductible. The amount deposited is usually less than your deductible amount, so you generally have to pay out-of-pocket before your coverage begins.
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