Citrus Park, Tampa, Florida, Medicare Advantage Hearing Aid Providers

Several Medicare Advantage plans are offering hearing aid benefits, and Gardner Audiology in Citrus Park, Tampa, FL can help you maximize your benefit! If you have one of the following Medicare Advantage insurance plans, you have access to hearing aid benefits, including discounted pricing! 

  • Wellcare 
  • Optimum Health 
  • Freedom Health 
  • CareNeeds HMO 

These Medicare Advantage plans utilize the HearUSA provider network to provide hearing aid benefits to their members. Here at Gardner Audiology, we are in-network preferred providers for HearUSAHearUSA is a third-party company that offers hearing aids at a discounted price. Depending on your plan, you may have options for hearing aids as low as $0 out-of-pocket! No matter what your specific plan may include, you will always be paying just a fraction of the typical price of hearing aids. 

HearUSA offers technology in all levels, ranging from entry-level to top-level! They even offer hearing aids that are rechargeable, have Bluetooth capabilities, and the most up-to-date noise reduction technology on the market. HearUSA will cover the cost for all of your office visits, as well as batteries (if necessary), for up to one year, depending on your plan. 

If you are not currently enrolled in one of these Medicare Advantage plans, you have until the beginning of December to enroll! Don’t wait! If you have any questions about potential hearing aid benefits, or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact Gardner Audiology in Citrus Park, Tampa, FL at 1-800-277-1182, or email 

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