Freedom Health Medicare Advantage Hearing Aid Providers in Citrus Park, Tampa, Florida

More and more insurance plans are beginning to offer hearing aid benefits to their members! If you have been having trouble hearing, but are afraid that hearing aids may break the bank, and are a Freedom Health Medicare Advantage member – worry no more! This benefit offers members access to all levels of hearing aid technology, in all available styles!   

Included in this hearing aid benefit is a 30-day trial period, as well as a full year of covered services! During the 30-day trial period, patients are able to come in for adjustments as needed, and have the option to return if necessary, or exchange to a different hearing aid. Also included in this benefit is a 1-year supply of batteries! Rechargeable options are also available, if that is what you prefer. 

Freedom Health contracts with a third-party company, called HearUSA, to provide this benefit. HearUSA has several store front locations, but they also have Hear USA providers throughout the community that offer even more hearing aid options! Our Doctors at Gardner Audiology in Citrus Park, Tampa, FL are HearUSA providers, in-network with Freedom Health! This gives members the advantage of seeing a doctor, not a salesman, to help determine which hearing aid is best suited for them.  

If you are a Freedom Health Medicare Advantage member, and are interested in hearing aids, take advantage of this great benefit! To schedule an appointment with one of our in-network Doctors, please contact Gardner Audiology, in Citrus Park, Tampa, FL at 1-800-277-1182, or visit 

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