Inverness, Florida Authorized United Healthcare Hearing Aid Provider

Gardner Audiology, located in Inverness, FL, is an authorized provider for United Healthcare (UHC) insurance plans. While understanding, your insurance can be a bit confusing, our knowledgeable staff can help verify your benefits and give your more insight to what you benefit your UHC plan will provide. Patients with UHC insurance may have a plan that includes hearing aid benefits.  

Our insurance team will verify benefits ahead of your appointment.  This is important that way we can inform you on exactly what if offered by your UHC insurance plan. UHC plans can vary with some offering full coverage for hearing aids, while others may provide a fixed amount to be used towards a hearing aid purchase.  

Some UHC plans offer mail-order hearing aids as the benefit option. These hearing aids come in a basic technology level. With this option the hearing aids are usually programmed remotely before being mailed to your home.  It is very important that hearing technology is specifically fit to you and your hearing loss. Thus, the mail order hearing aid may not be the best option for all patients.   

At Gardner Audiology, we can further discuss this practice model and assist in deciding what options will work best for your needs.  Insurance can be perplexing; however, if you have a United Healthcare plan, our Inverness Gardner Audiology office is here to answer any of your insurance questions. Contact our team to determine your UHC insurance benefits at 1-800-277-1182 or email 

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