What is Medicare?
Medicare is a government-approved, subsidized health insurance scheme which is designed to compensate the medical expenses and hospitalization bills of the elderly residents of the country. There are four primary parts to Medicare, designated as A, B, C and D. Being a national venture, it is cheap and economical due to state subsidy and is available to all citizens of the country. Medicare Delaware is the Delaware chapter of Medicare, and it is similar to the original Medicare scheme with a few modifications pertaining to the state. It is available to all the residents of the state.
Eligibility Criteria for Medicare Delaware:
There are certain eligibility rules for residents of Delaware wishing to apply for enrolment in this scheme. These are as follows: