2021 Simply Healthcare Medicare Advantage Hearing Aid Providers in St. Petersburg/ S Pasadena, Florida

More and more health insurance plans are starting to offer hearing aid benefits, especially the Medicare Advantage Plans. Simply Healthcare Medicare Advantage plans use 2020 Hearing as their vendor for hearing aid benefits, as many insurance plans are now contracting out for certain benefits. Through 2020 Hearing, Simply Healthcare Medicare members are offered a 30-day trial period with their hearing aids. Simply Healthcare will even cover 3 additional office visits in the first 12 months after you are fit with the hearing aids! These Simply Healthcare plans offer deep discounts on hearing aid pricing. Depending on your plan, you may also have access to $2000 towards hearing aids! Gardner Audiology in St. Petersburg/ S Pasadena, FL is an in-network preferred provider for both Simply Healthcare and 2020 Hearing. Our Audiologists are very familiar with the details of these benefits provided by Simply Healthcare, and are eager to help you maximize your benefit!

If you are enrolled in Simply Healthcare HMO, Simply Healthcare Dual Medicare/Medicaid, Simply Healthcare SNP, Clear Healthcare Alliance, or Solis Healthcare, you have access to these hearing aid benefits! Open Enrollment is happening now, so be sure to keep these benefits in mind when choosing a plan! If you are enrolled or enrolling in any of these plans and would like to take advantage of the hearing aid benefits, please contact Gardner Audiology in St. Petersburg/ S Pasadena, FL at 1-800-277-1182, or email info@gardneraudiology.com.

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