We participate with numerous insurance plans. You may contact us to inquire about possible coverage for service under your health insurance plan. Our office staff can also inform you if a referral or order is needed from your primary care physician, as required by your plan.

It is important to note that health insurance is considered a method of reimbursing the patient for fees paid for medical services, and is not a substitute for payment. Some insurance companies or health plans pay fixed amounts for certain services and products, and others pay a percentage of the total charges, if there is coverage at all.

Some plans allow us to submit a claim on your behalf, but other plans require you to self-submit for reimbursement. It is your responsibility to pay any deductible amount, co-insurance, or any other balance not paid by your health plan. You should check with your insurance company to see if your plan will pay all or part of the expense of hearing evaluations and related services, and if you have a hearing aid benefit. We will be happy to help you receive maximum insurance benefits, but you assume financial responsibility for the products and services we provide to you. The agreement of the insurance company to pay for health care is a contract between you and your insurance company, not between the company and your audiologist. We realize that questions can arise concerning insurance issues and billing procedures. Our office staff will be happy to answer questions about your specific insurance plan and coverage.

Payment Options

We accept the following forms of payment: cash, personal or bank check, money order, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express credit cards.

Ask about our flexible financing options.