You May Have An Unused Insurance Benefit
Don’t miss out.
We understand that the biggest barrier on the path to better hearing is the cost associated with hearing aids.
Our passion is helping patients hear their best. That’s why we want to educate everyone on an insurance benefit that many people miss. Your insurance may cover some or all of the costs of hearing aids.
We’re offering free consultations to anyone wondering if they have an unused benefit.
We accept the following insurances:
- Hearing Care Solutions
- Medical Mutual
- United Healthcare
If you’re unsure if you could benefit from wearing hearing aids and would like to know if your insurance would cover some or all of the cost, please use the form below to schedule a consultation now.
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"I now hear sounds I had missed out on for years"
“Dear Dr. Kayla McKay
I love my hearing aids! Your friendly and professional service helped me decide to purchase my hearing aids. They are easy to use and care for, and I now hear sounds I had missed out on for several years. I recommend Audiology and Hearing Associates to all of my friends and family. You are the best!”
– Eleanor F.
"My hearing aids have changed & improved my quality of life"
“I met Dr. Giovinazzo (Dr. Larry) about a year ago, and to say he changed my life would be and understatement. My hearing aids have changed and improved my quality of life. Dr. Larry balances being professional and like being an old friend. Whenever I have a question or a problem he gets me in the office and takes care of whatever it is. Do not be afraid of getting hearing aids.”
– William E.
"Gentle, compassionate care, always friendly and courteous"
“Dr. Larry is a super hearing healthcare professional! He gives gentle, compassionate care that is always friendly and courteous. He makes me feel that I am a privileged patient. His care is extremely competent and though his business relies largely on hearing aid sales he has always provided me with “gentle guidance”, never a “hard sell” or “pushy technique”.
I have recommended to some of my friends and family who suffer from hearing loss, and will definitely continue to do so.”
– Mary C.