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Replacement Medicare Card
Print a Replacement Medicare Card
If Medicare has mailed your new Medicare card, you can print an official Medicare card quickly and easily through MyMedicare.gov instead of waiting for a replacement in the mail. If you don’t see a “View or print your Medicare card now” link, check the page again to see if your card is available to print.
If you still want to get a card mailed to you, click on the Replacement Medicare Card tab on the My Account page.
Replacement Medicare Cards can only be sent to the address of record on file with the Social Security Administration. Please make sure that your address on the Address Verification page is your current address before requesting a Replacement Medicare Card.
It may take up to four (4) weeks for you to receive your new Medicare Card. You will also receive an Entitlement letter within 14 days of your successful Replacement Medicare Card request. For your protection, you will not be able to order a Replacement Card if one has been ordered in the last 30 days.
Checking On the Status of Your Replacement Medicare Card Order
Click on the Order History tab in My Account to view the Order History Table, where you may see the status of your Replacement Medicare Card. Please note that you can only see order information dated back through early September of 2008.