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North Carolina Medicare Supplements

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This site provides you with many of the resources you will need to shop for a North Carolina Medicare Supplement.

Whether you’re just joining Medicare and looking for a Medicare Supplement or have realized that you may be spending too much on your current Medicare Supplement we can help ensure you get the best rate available to you.

Use our instant quote tool to get quotes from some of the Medicare Supplement companies we represent and please feel comfortable calling us for free phone support from an experienced and licensed Alaska Medicare Supplement Agent.  You can always call us at 1-800-247-9889 for more information or to apply over the phone.  You can also apply online here.

North Carolina Fact:

North Carolina borders South Carolina on the south, Georgia on the southwest, Tennessee on the west, Virginia on the north, and the Atlantic Ocean on the east. The United States Census Bureau classifies North Carolina as a southern state in the subcategory of being one of the South Atlantic States.

North Carolina consists of three main geographic sections: the coastal plain, which occupies the eastern 45% of the state; the Piedmont region, which contains the middle 35%; and the Appalachian Mountains and foothills. The extreme eastern section of the state contains the Outer Banks, a string of sandy, narrow islands which form a barrier between the Atlantic Ocean and inland waterways. The Outer Banks form two sounds—Albemarle Sound in the north and Pamlico Sound in the south. They are the two largest landlocked sounds in the United States.

Immediately inland, the coastal plain is relatively flat, with rich soils ideal for growing tobacco, soybeans, melons, and cotton. The coastal plain is North Carolina’s most rural section, with few large towns or cities. Agriculture remains an important industry. The major rivers of the coastal plain: the Neuse, Tar, Pamlico, and Cape Fear, tend to be slow-moving and wide.