My AARP Medicare ID
- View Medicare coverage information, see what specific treatments and procedures are covered, and find out how much of a balance is remaining in an AARP Medicare account
- Visit AARP’s “My Health and Wellness” for a comprehensive guide to senior health, including both physical and mental wellness
- Track Medicare expenses to see how much is being paid for medical care, and what sort of tax benefits are available
For AARP Medicare members, keeping track of a medical plan can be difficult. But with AARP’s UnitedHealthcare Medicare plan, patients can access everything they need quickly and conveniently online. AARP Medicare members can track their plans online, seeing what benefits they have, how much has been used, and what balance is remaining, along with finding out what specific treatments are covered.
Several different UnitedHealthcare plans can be accessed, including AARP Medicare Complete, AARP MedicareRx Plans, AARP Medicare Supplement Plans, AARP Hospital Indemnity including Extra Protection Hospital Plans, and AARP Personal Health Insurance Plans.
My Health and Wellness is a custom library of resources designed to keep seniors healthy and active. User can find information about staying physically healthy, like the benefits of walking and how to prevent falls, along with guides to staying mentally healthy, like dealing with the death of a loved one and how to handle being alone on holidays. AARP’s My Health and Wellness guide also covers nutrition, providing advice on the best foods for seniors to eat, and explaining how dietary needs change through the years.
AARP was founded in 1958, and is one of America’s most powerful lobbying groups, with over 37,000,000 members across the United States. With a primary focus of advocacy for seniors and retirees, AARP membership is open to people age 50 and older.
To contact a representative about an AARP Plan Account: