Insurance and Finance Options
Effectively treating your hearing loss and/or tinnitus is an investment in your health, wellness, and happiness. Until you come in and complete an evaluation, we cannot make a diagnosis, give a recommendation for treatment, provide cost estimates, or tell you how much your insurance will cover. Once we know how we can help, we can tell you how much treatment will cost and what your hearing health benefit is.
We accept most insurance carriers. Some insurance plans include hearing aid benefits. We accept TruHearing and Epic Hearing Aid Benefit Plans. When you call for your first appointment, we can check your benefit for you.
It is important to note that many carriers offer the same or similar hearing benefit for In- and Out-of-Network services provided by a licensed audiologist.
Medicare only covers hearing exams and we currently offer those as a complimentary service. If you have a Medicare Supplement you may have a benefit, which we can check when you come in for your appointment.
For those who qualify, we offer two choices for deferred interest payment plans (zero interest if paid on time in full) for patients looking for monthly payment options.