If you are receiving Social Security, you will receive information in the mail about Medicare three months before you turn 65. Once you turn 65, you will automatically be enrolled in Part A and Part B of Medicare insurance.
If you do not collect Social Security, you will not receive information about Medicare. You will have to enroll yourself in Medicare through your local Social Security office.
You can click here to find out information about Medicare if you do not collect Social Security. It is important to educate yourself about the Medicare coverage will receive before you enroll.