Medicare Advantage Plans with Veterans in Mind

Choose a Medicare Advantage (Part C) plan that serves those who served

You made a commitment to our country. You deserve a Medicare plan that's committed to you. UnitedHealthcare® has a wide range of Medicare Advantage plans designed to complement the health benefits you already receive for your service.  

UnitedHealthcare and The American Legion have formed an alliance to provide veterans access to critical social programs and assistance that help improve their overall health and well-being.

Additional Services for Veterans


Once a UnitedHealthcare member, veterans will also have access to a concierge service to assist in accessing over 10,000 nationwide veteran-focused social and governmental service organizations—with services including transportation, food and utility assistance.

Your Coverage, Your Choices

The plan that might be a good fit for you depends on the type of coverage you have from your service. These plans are open to both veterans and non-veterans.

I have TRICARE for Life

Which plan may be a good fit for me?

Military retirees with TRICARE For Life coverage may consider the AARP Medicare Advantage Patriot Plan. This plan provides the freedom to visit doctors and hospitals in our network for a $0 monthly premium and additional benefits that may include:


  • Monthly credits applied to your Medicare Part B premium.
  • $0 copays on preventive dental care from the nation's largest Medicare dental network.1
  • Free annual eye exams, free designer frames, and free prescription lenses.2
  • $0 routine hearing exam plus savings on hundreds of hearing aids, including quality name brands.3 
  • Free gym membership and access to Renew Active’s extensive, nationwide network of fitness locations including premium gyms.4


Do these plans have drug coverage?


No.These plans do not include prescription drug coverage, so you’ll want to keep your TRICARE For Life member prescription drug coverage.



I have VA Benefits

Which plan may be a good fit for me?


Veterans receiving VA health benefits may consider a Medicare Advantage plan with prescription drug coverage. These plans offer the same benefits as the Medicare Advantage Patriot Plan and give you access to care and services your VA benefits may not cover.


Do these plans have drug coverage?


Yes. Most Medicare Advantage plans offered by UnitedHealthcare include prescription drug coverage.

If you have both Medicare and Medicaid, you may be eligible for a Dual Special Needs Plan.


Learn more about the benefits of Dual Special Needs Plans from UnitedHealthcare.

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1$0 cost-share for in-network preventive dental care, specified services only. Benefits, features and/or devices vary by plan/area. Limitations and exclusions apply. Network size varies by market.


2Vision benefits vary by plan and are not available with all plans. Additional charges may apply for out-of-network items and services. Annual routine eye exam and $100-300 allowance for contacts or designer frames, with standard (single, bi-focal, tri-focal or standard progressive) lenses covered in full every two years. Limitations and exclusions apply.

3Benefits, features and/or devices vary by plan/area. Limitations and exclusions apply.

4Participation in the Renew Active™ program is voluntary. Consult your doctor prior to beginning an exercise program. Renew Active includes standard fitness membership. The Renew Active program varies by plan/area.



The American Legion is not an insurer and does not endorse or recommend particular products to individuals.


You do not need to be a veteran to enroll in the Medicare Advantage Patriot Plan.


UnitedHealthcare provides financial support to The American Legion for the sponsorship.


Plans are insured through UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company or one of its affiliated companies, a Medicare Advantage organization with a Medicare contract. Enrollment in the plan depends on the plan’s contract renewal with Medicare.