United Healthcare Hearing Aid Providers in St. Petersburg, FL

When looking for a United Healthcare (UHC) hearing aid provider in St. Petersburg, FL it can be difficult to navigate your options. Gardner Audiology in St. Petersburg/Carillon is an active UHC insurance provider and can assist you in understanding your benefits and options.

Many of UHC’s different plans include hearing aid benefits with varying levels of coverage, which could range from a preset amount to be used toward a hearing aid purchase, to full coverage for premium level hearing technology. In addition to our insurance experts helping you navigate your UHC plan, our board-certified doctors of audiology will provide you with expert hearing healthcare and recommendations for hearing aid selection.

Some UHC plans only offer an option for mail-order hearing aids. These basic technology level hearing aids are usually fit to your hearing prescription remotely and then mailed to your home or fit in person by a limited number of participating providers who may or may not be available in your area. Because every patient and hearing loss is different, this may not be the best option for everyone. At Gardner Audiology, our audiologists fit all patients in person and provide any necessary follow-up care. At your consultation, our doctors and staff can explain all your options and help you decide what is best for your individual needs.

At Gardner Audiology, it is our goal to improve hearing and communication abilities by providing outstanding hearing healthcare to every patient and we are happy to assist you with navigating your United Healthcare plan. Contact our St. Petersburg/Carillon office to determine your insurance benefits at 800-277-1182.

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