Optimum Insurance Has Hearing Aid Benefit in Spring Hill, Florida

Did you know that Optimum Insurance Medicare Advantage Plan has a benefit toward hearing aids? This year that benefit increased, depending on the plan you have. Optimum Insurance contracts with HearUSA, a third party, to administer the hearing benefits to their members. Gardner Audiology doctors are credentialed providers for HearUSA in all 10 of our locations. 

Most of the Medicare Advantage plans contract with a separate company to administer the hearing benefits to their members. When you schedule an appointment in one of our offices, we will register you through this company to learn about your benefits and pricing, relating to hearing aids. When you arrive for your scheduled appointment with one of our providers, we will review your hearing and health history, check your ears for wax, and then test your hearing in a sound booth. After completing the testing, we will review the results and answer all questions. If you have hearing loss that can be helped with hearing aids, well review your benefit and the hearing aid pricing offered by your insurance. Many options are available, and we will try to help you choose the best option that matches your lifestyle and budget. Your insurance offers a 30-day trial period, to ensure you are happy with your hearing aids. 

Gardner Audiology doctors are providers for your Optimum hearing benefits. They would be happy to review your benefits with you so schedule your appointment today! Gardner Audiology has 10 locations in the Tampa Bay Area in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando, Citrus, and Marion Counties in Florida. Call 1-352-556-5257 or email info@gardneraudiology.com for an appointment in Spring Hill. 

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