Picking a United Healthcare Hearing Aid Provider in South Tampa

When selecting a United Healthcare (UHC) hearing aid provider in South Tampa there are several options. Gardner Audiology is a participating UHC insurance provider and our goal is to provide easier access to affordable hearing aids and outstanding patient care. Our insurance experts will help you understand your UHC plan and our board-certified audiologists will provide you with expert care and recommendations.

When looking further into your UHC plan, it may include hearing aid benefits which can offer varying levels of coverage. These benefits can range from a preset amount to be used toward a hearing aid purchase, to full coverage for premium hearing technology. You may alternatively be given an option for mail-order hearing aids. These basic devices are programed for your hearing loss remotely and then mailed to your home. In some cases, they may be programmed in person, but there are only a limited number of participating providers who offer this service and they may not be conveniently located. Just like every person is different, every hearing loss is also different, and this healthcare model may not be the best option for everyone. Gardner Audiology doctors fit patients and provide all necessary follow-up care in person. During your consultation, we will be sure to explain all your options to help determine what is best for your individual needs.

At Gardner Audiology, our goal is to improve your ability to communicate through outstanding patient care. Our staff is happy to answer any questions regarding your United Healthcare plan. Contact our South Tampa office to determine your insurance benefits at 800-277-1182.

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