Current employees working past 65 or spouses are age 65
If you plan to continue to work past the date you become eligible for Medicare and you are covered by SEGIP’s Advantage Health Plan, you may not need to enroll for Medicare Part A and/or Medicare Part B until you want that coverage to begin following your retirement or separation. This is also true for your spouse, if he or she is a covered dependent on your SEGIP Advantage Health Plan while you continue to work for the state. Typically, Medicare Part A has no monthly premium. Medicare Part B does have a monthly premium once enrolled. Contact a SEGIP retirement specialist about your ability to delay enrollment in Medicare Parts A and B.
Medicare eligibility or age 65 has no effect on dental.