United Healthcare Medicare Hearing Aid Providers in South Pasadena, FL

Did you know several United Healthcare Medicare Advantage plans offer hearing aid benefits? Plans such as “AARP Medicare Advantage”, “AARP Medicare Focus HMO”, “AARP Walgreens HMO”, “United Healthcare Medicare Solutions”, and “United Healthcare Dual Complete” all offer some sort of hearing aid coverage or discounted pricing! You will find that these insurance prices are a fraction of what you would pay without a benefit!   

United Healthcare Medicare Advantage plans contract through a third-party company, called Epic, or United Healthcare Hearing, to provide their members with hearing aid benefits. These plans offer the latest and greatest in technology, from all of the major manufacturers, as well as a variety of stylesA home delivery option is also available. Be sure to talk to your hearing healthcare provider about this option, as it is limited, and some patients will see increased benefit with different technology.  

If you decide to try hearing aids with this insurance benefit, you do get a 45-day trial period. This means that you are able to return or exchange the hearing aids within this period. These plans also cover the copay a few of your appointments! Patients have been pleasantly surprised by how much these plans really offer!  

Gardner Audiology in South Pasadena, FL is an authorized and in-network provider for United Healthcare Medicare Advantage plansand would be happy to discuss your benefits with you! To learn more, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com for more information. 

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