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Medicare Hearing Insurance

Original Medicare does not cover hearing benefits like hearing exams, hearings aides or hearing aid evaluations. Any hearing service that you need, you are required to spend out of pocket.

Just like dental and vision benefits, paying out of pocket is only one choice. Another choice is to receive hearing coverage through a Medicare Advantage plan at no additional cost to you.

Get Medicare hearing benefits at no extra cost with a Medicare Advantage plan. Contact our Medicare helpline to see if you have a qualifying enrollment period. Benefits include medicare hearing aids and medicare annual hearing exam.
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Get Medicare hearing benefits at no extra cost with a Medicare Advantage plan. Contact our Medicare helpline to see if you have a qualifying enrollment period. Benefits include medicare hearing aids and medicare annual hearing exam.

Many Medicare Advantage plans offer coverage for hearing services and supplies such as hearing exams and hearing aids.

Many Medicare Advantage plans offer coverage for hearing services and supplies such as:

Get Medicare hearing benefits at no extra cost with a Medicare Advantage plan. Contact our Medicare helpline to see if you have a qualifying enrollment period. Benefits include medicare hearing aids and medicare annual hearing exam.

Routine Hearing Exams

Get Medicare hearing benefits at no extra cost with a Medicare Advantage plan. Contact our Medicare helpline to see if you have a qualifying enrollment period. Benefits include medicare hearing aids and medicare annual hearing exam.

Hearing Aid Evaluation

Get Medicare hearing benefits at no extra cost with a Medicare Advantage plan. Contact our Medicare helpline to see if you have a qualifying enrollment period. Benefits include medicare hearing aids and medicare annual hearing exam.

Hearing Aids

These benefits are offered at no additional cost through a Medicare HMO or PPO plan, as long as one is available where you live, you have both Medicare Part A and Part B, and you have a qualifying enrollment period.