Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program Hearing Aid Providers in Tampa, Florida

Hearing aid benefits are not widely available among all insurance plans, unfortunately. However, certain plans, such as the Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program (BCBS FEP) do offer hearing aid benefits! Gardner Audiology in Citrus Park, Tampa, FL is an in-network provider with BCBS FEP plans, and can help you make the most of your benefit!

As far as hearing aids go, this benefit does not have a restriction as to what manufacturer, technology level, or style it can be used towards. At Gardner Audiology, our providers are qualified to program hearing aids from all of the major manufacturers, and have supplies in-office to help with certain troubleshooting issues that may come up. Depending on what your lifestyle is like, or what your priorities are as far as hearing aid technology goes, our providers can give recommendations for devices that will give you the benefit you need!

This BCBS FEP hearing aid benefit renews every 5 years – which is a change from the past, when the benefit was renewed every 3 years. Since there is now a longer “wait time” for the benefit to renew, you want to make sure that you’re getting the best hearing aids for you! At Gardner Audiology, in Citrus Park, Tampa, FL, our providers are ready to help you take the leap and start your hearing healthcare journey! If you are interested in learning more, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or visit gardneraudiology.com to schedule an appointment.

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