Medicare Supplements

United American has been a prominent Medicare Supplement insurance provider since Medicare began in 1966. Additionally, we’ve been a long-standing participant in the task forces working on Medicare Supplement insurance policy recommendations for the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

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When you become a United American policyholder, you gain freedom of choice. Our products allow you to keep your choice of trusted doctors and hospitals. 

Group Insurance

United American Insurance Company has been a market leader in providing insurance to employer and union group sponsors for 25 years.


United American has been underwriting life and health insurance since 1947. Thousands of independent agents/agencies have found success selling our life, health, and Medicare Supplement policies.


One of the many things United American is well-known for is our superior customer service. When it comes to your health, we believe education, service, and support are vital. With our experience and stability, we’re the Company that does what it says it will do.

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Because of our 50+ years of experience in providing life, supplemental health and Medicare Supplement insurance, United American offers superior customer service to both our agents and customers.  Never stress about your claim status with our online claim tracker. Need more help? Let one of our licensed agents assist you.


At United American, we only provide knowledgeable and licensed agents to service you. Say goodbye to wasted hours spent on hold and bid good riddance to talking to artificial intelligence. Hear a live voice or get one-on-one time with one of our licensed agents today.

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Prepare for the 2024 Annual Election Period (AEP)

Choose your Medicare coverage options from October 15th to December 7th, 2024.

During Medicare’s Annual Election Period (AEP), Seniors can enroll in, drop, or switch their Medicare coverage:

  • Medicare Advantage plan → Original Medicare
  • Original Medicare → Medicare Advantage plan
  • Medicare Advantage plan → Medicare Advantage plan*
*with or without prescription drug coverage

Learn more about the differences between these choices.

Seniors on Original Medicare can apply for a Medicare Supplement insurance policy to help pay for some of the costs Medicare doesn’t cover, such as deductibles and coinsurance.

Two ways Seniors can enroll in Medicare coverage

Original Medicare
Medicare Advantage
(known as Medicare Part C)
  • Part A (hospital insurance)
  • Part B (medical insurance)
  • Part A (hospital insurance)
  • Part B (medical insurance)
  • Part D (optional prescription drug plan)
Additional coverage options:
Some plans include:
  • Medicare Supplement insurance policy (to help pay out-of-pocket costs)
  • Part D (prescription drug plan)
  • Vision, hearing, dental, etc.

Know the facts about your Medicare coverage options

  • Learn the difference between Medicare coverage options.

    Medicare Supplement insurance policies and Medicare Advantage plans help pay for some out-of-pocket costs not covered by Original Medicare (Part A and B).

  • Compare Original Medicare with a Medicare Supplement insurance policy to a Medicare Advantage plan.

    Original Medicare
    with a Medicare Supplement insurance policy
    Medicare Advantage plan
    No network - choose any doctor, hospital, or specialist who accepts Medicare in the United States
    Coverage may be limited to the plan's provider networks
    Guaranteed renewable
    Not guaranteed renewable
    Choose any stand-alone Medicare Part D (prescription drug) plan
    Optional enrollment in prescription drug plan (most do, not all)
    Nationwide coverage
    Limited to local, in-network providers
  • Explore which Medicare coverage options are available in your state.

    While Original Medicare (Part A and B) offers the same coverage in all 50 states, the availability of Medicare Supplement insurance policies, Medicare Advantage plans, and prescription drug plans varies by state. Check the coverage options in your state.

  • Make an informed decision about your Medicare coverage.

    Medicare coverage is specific to your individual needs. Find a plan that takes your health, lifestyle, budget, and needs into consideration.

Get one-on-one support from an insurance agent.

Licensed insurance agents can help narrow down your Medicare coverage options based on your state, age, health, and lifestyle. While your coverage and needs may change year to year, a licensed agent can help you through any Medicare enrollment period so your needs are met.