Does Medicare Cover Hearing Aids?

Unfortunately, Medicare, at this time, does not cover hearing aids. Therefore, when you visit an audiologist you will be 100% responsible for the potential cost of hearing aids as well as the exams. However, potential options are still available. For instance, some Medicare Advantage place (Part C) may offer benefits that original Medicare doesn’t cover like vision, hearing, and dental; contact your insurance for more information regarding Medicare Part C plans.

Additionally, Gardner Audiology allows patients to receive hearing aids at a heavily discounted price when they agree to participate in a field study. Gardner Audiology’s field study allows you to trial newest hearing aid technology, for two weeks, in exchange for your opinion of your experience with the devices. That’s it! If at the end of the two weeks you decided that you perceived significant benefit from the devices, you have the option to purchase them at a heavily discount price. If not, you merely return the devices at the end of the trial.

Interested in learning more about the field study? Contact us! We are available via phone at 1 (800) 277-1182 or at our website at gardneraudiology.com

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