Tricare Hearing Aid Providers in New Port Richey, Florida

If you have a Tricare insurance plan, and are in need of hearing aids, an updated hearing evaluation, or a tinnitus evaluation – Gardner Audiology in New Port Richey, FL is here for you! Our doctors are in-network providers with Tricare, and are qualified to evaluate your hearing loss and/or tinnitus, and work with you to pick a hearing aid that will help you as an individual! If you have existing hearing aids, Gardner Audiology can also provide reprogramming and repair services, as needed.  

Active-duty military members, or Tricare members whose sponsors are active duty in the military, have access to hearing aid coverage every 36 months! Tricare will provide mid to advanced level hearing aids to members who have hearing loss or severe tinnitus.  

The providers at Gardner Audiology in New Port Richey, FL can work with you to determine which style of hearing aid is best for you! What many people don’t know is that the best technology for you depends on your lifestyle, not your degree of hearing loss. Whether you are active or more of a homebody, there are options for you! 

Members of the military are around a lot of noise – making hearing loss and tinnitus fairly common. Hearing aids can help to relieve tinnitus, and can potentially slow the progression of hearing loss. If you are an active-duty member of the military, or if your sponsor is active-duty, and you have been recommended – or are considering – hearing aids, please contact Gardner Audiology in New Port Richey, FL at 1-800-277-1182 or visit to schedule an appointment.  

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