Pinellas County Blue Cross Blue Shield Hearing Providers– Review of Benefits.

The Gardner Audiology Doctors are in-network with not only Florida Blue, but we’re a preferred in-network provider for all Blue Cross Blue Shield contracts! The amount of benefit will depend on what type of plan you have. If your health insurance is through your employer, benefits are dependent on the individual plan. We’ve seen patients have full coverage towards hearing aids with these plans, though sometimes you must meet a deductible first. 

If you have hearing benefits, they are dependent on your individual policy. Blue Cross Blue Shield plans are nationwide,  

Federal BCBS plans have a $2,500 total benefit for hearing aids, which is available every five years. Medicare Advantage plans by Blue Cross Blue Shield (or BCBS), often have a hearing aid benefit that ranges from a discount to a funded benefit of $500 to $2,500 per hearing aid. 

Retiree plans through Blue Cross Blue Shield have coverage through your union or former employer. Many times, these plans have full coverage for hearing aids. 

The Gardner Audiology insurance experts can review, verify and explain your benefits during a consultation with one of our Audiology Doctors. We understand this process can be confusing, and we can help. We invite you to make an appointment with our practice at one of our Pinellas County locations in Palm Harbor, Largo or S. Pasadena / St. Petersburg.  Your first visit is complimentary. Contact Gardner Audiology at (800) 277-1182 or email 


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