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Last Modified: 8/16/2021 Location: USVI Business: Part B

Appeals: Contact information -- U.S. Virgin Islands, Part B


Telephone numbers


First level: Redetermination
Fax your completed form to: 904-361-0595
First Coast Service Options
JN Redeterminations Part A/B
P.O. Box 3412
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-1851
Please take a few minutes to let us know about your experience with the redeterminations process.
Second level: Reconsideration
C2C Innovative Solutions Inc.
QIC Part B South
P.O. Box 45300
Jacksonville, FL 32232-5300
Third level: Administrative law judge hearing (ALJ)
Fourth level: Medicare Appeals Council
Fifth level: Judicial review:
For additional information regarding this area, please click here.
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