Featured Medicare Agents



Florida Health Agency’s licensed, trained insurance experts will accurately explain in-depth health insurance information. The many partnerships with Medicare and Health insurance companies allow them to offer hundreds of options to their customers.

Phone: 866-713-3267
Website: https://floridahealthagency.com/

Florida Health Agency


Dave Silver Insurance

Exclusively focusing on Medicare insurance options for the last 16 years, Dave Silver Insurance provides experience and expertise to make sure clients are getting the correct coverage.

Phone: 941-907-2879
Website: https://www.davesilverinsurance.com/


As your broker, we remain by your side throughout our relationship. You don’t ever have to sit on hold with a random customer service agent that doesn’t take your best interests to heart, because we are always a phone call away. Our clients are family, and we are blessed to have created many lasting partnerships with our clients and their loved ones.

Phone: 386-866-1090
Website: https://shawnbrowninsurance.com/

Shawn E. Brown Insurance


Florida Insurance Group

At Florida Insurance Group, we understand the confusion surrounding the different types of health insurance. For those 65 years old and older, we are knowledgeable about the intricacies of Medicare, and can help clients make the right decision regarding coverage.

Phone: 407-277-2400
Website: https://www.floridainsurance.com/

How to Find a Florida Medicare Agent: Five Questions to Ask

There is a lot to consider when choosing a Medicare plan. A local, licensed Medicare agent can help you understand your coverage options and avoid any unexpected surprises or expenses that come from choosing the wrong plan.

How do you find an agent that is right for you? Here are five questions to ask that can help you make an informed decision:

1. What types of Medicare plans do you sell?

In order to find a plan that best suits your specific needs, you want to work with an agent who offers a variety of plan options. This includes Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement, Part D prescription drug plans, as well as stand-alone dental and vision plans. Some agents also sell hospital indemnity insurance and chronic illness insurance.

2. Which insurance carriers do you work with?

Ideally you want to work with an agent who represents both local and national insurance carriers who offer plans in your area. This means a greater number of Medicare coverage options are available for you to choose from, increasing the likelihood of finding a plan best suited to your needs.

3. How much experience do you have?

All agents must be licensed in the state where they sell insurance. An experienced agent will be well versed in all aspects of Medicare and will be familiar with all the plans offered in your area. They will educate you on your choices and will help guide you in making the right decision.

4. How will you help me find the right coverage?

When you meet with an experienced agent, they will do a thorough review of your needs and take into account your health conditions, your medications, your doctors, your lifestyle such as how often you travel, and your budget in order to find the right coverage for you. They can help you determine if you qualify for state or federal programs that help reduce your out of pocket costs for medical care and prescriptions.

5. Do you offer year round customer service?

Most Medicare agents will do more than just help you enroll in the plan of your choice. They offer assistance and ongoing support throughout the year with issues that can arise with your insurance carrier including claims and billing problems. If your situation changes midyear they can see if you qualify for a special enrollment period and help you change plans.

When you work with a local licensed Medicare agent you will have peace of mind knowing you have a trusted professional in your corner who will advocate for you and help you make the right decisions for your healthcare coverage.