Aetna Medicare Hearing Aid Providers in Zephyrhills, FL

If you have “Aetna Medicare HMO” or “Aetna Medicare PPO,” then you are in luck because they offer hearing aid benefits! To find out the pricing for these plans, contact Gardner Audiology Audiologists, authorized and in-network providers, where we have a full price list for each patient. Remember, these are deeply discounted hearing aid prices, and depending on your plan, you may be funded up to $1250 PER HEARING AID!   

The Aetna Medicare Advantage plans supply hearing aids through a third-party company called Hearing Care Solutions. These plans offer a fraction of the out-of-pocket cost for a top-level hearing aid technology, including rechargeability, noise reduction, and Bluetooth connectivity. In addition, Hearing Care Solutions offer device options that are fully-covered by the Aetna Medicare Advantage plans.   

On top of all those benefits, Hearing Care Solutions provides a 60-day trial period for any technology level and style of hearing aids. So, you may try them on and see if the hearing aid is truly for you. Suppose you decide to go with battery-operated devices, then Hearing Care Solution may supply you with ONE-YEAR worth of batteries!  

Make sure you hop onto Medicare Open Enrollment soon. Gardner Audiology in Zephyrhills is an authorized and in-network provider for Aetna Medicare Advantage plans. Our insurance team is available to answer any questions you may have regarding the details of your plan. To learn more, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email for more information. 

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