Optimum Healthcare Medicare Advantage Hearing Aid Providers in Spring Hill, Florida

If you have hearing loss, and have Optimum Healthcare Medicare Advantage Plan such as HMO or PPO, your plan includes benefits towards hearing aids! Choices for hearing aids include models from all major manufacturers. HearUSA, the third-party that contracts with this insurance plan, will provide the final pricing for hearing aids after your hearing aid benefits have been subtracted from the original cost. In some cases, there are options for hearing aids as low as $0 out-of-pocket!

During your appointment for hearing aid consultation, our Gardner Hearing Doctors can guide you through your options on your journey to better hearing!

Your Optimum plan offers hearing aids from entry level, all the way to premium level technology. Our Doctors are able to help you select the right level of technology for you based on your lifestyle and hearing needs. Hearing aid choices are offered in different styles, even rechargeable options! offers a 30-day trial, which means you still have the option to return or exchange for any reason. For patients who select non-rechargeable hearing aid options, your plan will include a one-year supply of batteries at no additional cost!

Gardner Audiology is an authorized and in-network provider for the Optimum Health Medicare Advantage plan, and our Doctors of Audiology would be happy to discuss your benefits with you! For more information, or to make an appointment, call1-800-277-1182 or visit gardneraudiology.com

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