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How do I know when I have reached my deductible on my medicare

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Hey Tina

I just went through that..The doctors office who does the billing were the ones that told me that I have to accumulate 136.00 in doctors bills or hospital bills then I will have met my medicare deductible for the year. So maybe if you cant get a hold of medicare you can ask your doctors billing office.

Hope that helps

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