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Can spouses of disabled be on medicare under my spouses medicare plan

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Katy,  No, sorry.  Medicare is only for the disbled or retired person.  It is not a family plan.

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Unfortunatly only the disabled person is entitled to medicare.If the family income is at or neer federal poverty level then both spouces can apply for medical assistance under your states medicaide  program.

Sorry ,only your husband is entitled to disibility,You may apply so your state Mediciad if your savings and income is low enough,

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