Medicare Advantage Hearing Aid Providers in St. Petersburg/ South Pasadena, Florida

Are you interested in hearing aids but not sure if your Medicare Advantage plan offers benefits? Well, if you are currently enrolled in WellcareOptimum HealthFreedom Health, or CareNeeds HMO, your plan includes discounted pricing on hearing aids, and may even offer full coverage depending on your plan.  

Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment is happening now! If you’ve been doing research, you’ll find that many insurance companies are now contracting with third-party companies to provide hearing aid benefits. These Medicare Advantage plans utilize the HearUSA provider network to offer members affordable pricing on hearing aidsHearUSA offers technology in all levels, ranging from basic to advanced. HearUSA offers hearing aids that are rechargeable and can connect to a smartphone, and will even provide a supply of batteries if you prefer a non-rechargeable option! To top it all off, all of your office visits are covered for the first year that you have the hearing aids! 

Here at Gardner Audiology, we are in-network preferred providers for HearUSABased on your lifestyle, our Audiologists can provide recommendations for style and technology that will provide you with the most bang for your buck! If you have any questions about potential hearing aid benefits, or would like to schedule an appointment, please contact Gardner Audiology in St. Petersburg/ South Pasadena, FL at 1-800-277-1182, or email info@gardneraudiology.com. 

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