SENIORx Patient Advocates: A Few Friendly Reminders! WE’VE MOVED!


We’re excited to announce that we have relocated our offices! Please find us at 2435 King Blvd near the Three Crowns Golf Course in the old Amoco Building now called the Wyoming Technology Business Center (WTBC).  Those who have been in Casper for some time may know this area as the old Amoco Refinery grounds.

The Wyoming Technology Business Center is part of the University of Wyoming whose mission is to provide support for business, economic and community development. Some new and exciting things will be available to our clients in the future because of our new partnership with the WTBC.

The new office is spacious, provides private client meeting and classroom space and is very accessible. There is plenty of parking including handicapped spaces. Our new address is:

2435 King Blvd, Ground Floor, Suite 118 Casper, Wyoming 82604.

Please stop by and say hi!

2018 MEDICARE OPEN ENROLLMENT Reminder!  October 15 – December 7, 2017

Our move comes just in time for Medicare Open Enrollment. The 2018 Medicare Part D Prescription Plan Open Enrollment is October 15 – December 7, 2017. During this time, anyone currently on a Medicare Part D plan can change plans for the new year or anyone not currently on a plan but eligible, can join one.  Nationwide, less than 15% of Medicare beneficiaries actually review their plans each year.  Many of you may be paying much more than you should for coverage and medications.  Few really know or understand the specifics of their prescription coverage. On average, our clients save $1,200-$1,600 per year because they reviewed their Part D prescription plans with SENIORx Patient Advocates.

A client of ours reports:

“The Part D drug coverage recommended to me by SENIORx Patient Advocates more than paid for itself in the first month of prescription filling. I will continue to have my plans reviewed every year, I have learned my lesson.” – Ruth M.

Don’t delay, call us at (307) 472-1770 today to schedule an appointment to get personalized help to maximize your benefits!

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