Welcome to MedAmerica
MedAmerica provides security with simplicity to policyholders. We strive to be the easiest company to do business with, offering easy-to-understand products and streamlined processes that ensure hassle-free service. At MedAmerica, we pay claims in days, not weeks, so policyholders can get the care they need, the way they want, when they need it. No hassles.
Strong Financial Performance
MedAmerica has earned recognition for product innovation flanked by solid financial performance. And, having paid over $520 million1 in claims since its founding, MedAmerica consistently demonstrates that it is a company dedicated to delivering on its promises.
We're proud of the financial strength and the success in the market our company has achieved. However, we value that success most for the ability it gives us to make positive contributions in the lives of the people we serve.
Raising Awareness of Elder Abuse
MedAmerica is committed to improving the quality of life for aging
adults and has taken on the cause of elder abuse prevention.
MedAmerica's financial support to community agencies and the in-kind
services of our medical director have contributed to the advancement
of elder abuse awareness. To learn more about elder abuse and
MedAmerica's initiative, click on the link at left.
MedAmerica Insurance Company, MedAmerica Insurance Company of New York and MedAmerica Insurance Company of Florida are subsidiaries of the Lifetime Healthcare Companies, a not-for-profit health insurer headquartered in Rochester, New York. Recognized for quality products, excellent service, and strong financial position, MedAmerica is—above all—totally committed to delivering on its promises of strength and growth, care and compassion.
3 in 4 Need More
MedAmerica has joined
a consortium of major insurance carriers to create a national
awareness campaign—3 in 4 Need More—to inform Americans
that health insurance is not going to be enough. Long-lasting
illnesses and disabilities not covered by health insurance or Medicare
affect nearly 70% of the population, and the time to spread the word
to the tens of millions of uninformed Americans about long-term care