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Presbyterian MediCare PPO

Presbyterian Medicare Advantage plans combine safe ways to get care from home with many $0 and low-cost options, and $0 premium options, so you can get the care you need. Presbyterian offers you the value that comes with our integrated system of physicians, hospitals and health plan – all working together to keep you healthy.

With our PPO plans, you receive more benefits than Original Medicare and several valuable services for $0 copay.

Presbyterian MediCare PPO Benefits

$0 copay for these valuable benefits and more!

  • Basic dental services
  • Hearing exam
  • Video Visits with MeMD providers
  • PresRN nurse advice line
  • Lab services
  • Diagnostic tests
  • Foot care
  • Diabetic test strips and lancets

More Plan Advantages

Dental Coverage Worth Smiling About

Our Presbyterian Medicare Advantage Plans now include dental coverage options, each with a robust network of more than 2,200 in-network dental providers throughout New Mexico.

Enjoy Better Hearing and Comprehensive Care

Good hearing is important to your overall health. That’s why we cover a routine annual hearing exam for no copay. Senior Care plans covers up to two hearing aids per year (one per ear per year).

Improve Your Fitness with Free SilverSneakers® Memberships

The SilverSneakers Fitness program is included at no additional cost to you. Visit more than 15,000 participating nationwide locations, including Planet Fitness, Anytime Fitness, Defined Fitness, Chuze Fitness, YMCA, and more.

Travel Worldwide and Be Protected with Assist America®

Enjoy the protection of Assist America’s global emergency travel assistance services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for up to 90 days. This unique program immediately connects you to doctors, hospitals, pharmacies and other services when experiencing a medical emergency while traveling 100 miles or more away from your permanent residence or in another country.

Presbyterian MediCare PPO Eligibility and Enrollment

  • You must be entitled to Medicare Part A and enrolled in Medicare Part B.
  • You must live in New Mexico.


Last Updated: 10/01/2020