Should You Switch Doctors Once You Turn 65?


By Maryalene LaPonsie

Reaching retirement age means a number of life changes for most people. They may stop working, start collecting Social Security benefits and begin Medicare coverage. Should finding a new doctor who specializes in senior health care be one of those changes?
“An 18-year-old isn’t going to have the same health concerns as a 65-year-old,” says Michelle Riddle, owner of Complete Dignity Healthcare Advocacy. However, Riddle and others working in the health care field say making a switch may not always be necessary.
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