Clearwater, Florida Best Authorized Blue Cross Blue Shield Hearing Aid Provider

Hearing aids are an investment to a better quality of life; however, your insurance through Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) may offer a benefit towards hearing aids. Gardner Audiology is an in-network provider for BCBS members. It is important to keep in mind that BCBS benefits are specific to your insurance plan and may vary. Most plans will cover testing, some will even cover a portion of the cost of hearing aids. It is key for you to reach out to our insurance specialists to investigate your specific plan and verify your benefits.

We often see BCBS hearing aid benefits through retirement plans, which are then administered by insurance plans; this is just one example. Someone from our team would be happy to help you with the process. It’s important to follow insurance guidelines so your claim is not denied. Once our insurance team verifies your BCBS benefit, an appointment will be scheduled to see one of our Audiologist. At that appointment, a comprehensive evaluation of your hearing will be completed. Then one of our audiologists will discuss the results and provide you with recommendations tailored specifically to you based on your benefits, hearing loss, and lifestyle.

Better hearing is accessible, affordable, and only one call away. Leave your Blue Cross Blue Shield hearing benefits to the experts! For more information on your specific insurance plans and hearing aid benefits, call Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 to speak with one of our insurance specialists

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