(Rochester, NY) – Like it or not, Medicare health care open enrollment season will soon be upon us. From October 15th through December 7th, those on Medicare will decide to keep or change their health care policies, and while the options are plentiful, they can be plenty confusing as well.
Terry Glasbergen, of Glasbergen Insurance, is not only an insurance agent who represents all the major Medicare carriers, he is a knowledgeable resource. “My job is one of educator, period – not a salesman, not a consultant. I’m an educator.” Glasbergen takes a Christian approach to Medicare education as he helps people find what they are looking for, based on their needs and budgets.
His clients range from suburbanites to inner city residents in Monroe and Wayne Counties. Glasbergen is an expert in the various Medicare programs, eligibility for the Low Income Subsidy, as well as Medicaid, and all other insurances as well. For him, it is all about forming relationships with the people he serves.
Glasbergen often brings his expertise to lunch at the Dimitri House, 102 North Union Street in Rochester. He also invites pastors to call if they would like him to set up a table to help their congregants before or after services with information about Medicare insurance coverage. In addition, he goes to low income and senior high-rise apartments to educate and help the homebound residents with their insurance needs.
While he can be reached at (585) 455-2356 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, during the coming weeks, Glasbergen will be available to answer your Medicare insurance questions or address concerns at these locations:
- Walmart at 1490 Hudson Avenue, just south of Ridge Road East, from October 15th through December 7th. His hours will be posted at the store during the open enrollment period.
- Greater Rochester Family Health and Fitness Fair at R.I.T. Inn and Conference Center, 5257 West Henrietta Road on Thursday, October 4th 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
“I take the confusion out, make it easy to understand, and help people make the right decisions about their health care products.”