Hear the moments that matter most with UnitedHealthcare Hearing.
With your vision plan, you can receive hearing aids through UnitedHealthcare Hearing for as low as $699 each with promo code UHC MYVISION.1
If you’ve noticed a change in your hearing, you’re not alone. Hearing loss is the third most common chronic condition among Americans, but it’s also the most treatable.2 As a UnitedHealthcare vision plan participant, you can save up to 80% on hearing aids3 through UnitedHealthcare Hearing that are custom-programmed just for you.
With UnitedHealthcare Hearing, you can:
|Choose from over 2,000 hearing aid models and styles, with advanced technology from major manufacturers, including Relate™, Beltone™, Oticon, Phonak, ReSound, Signia, Starkey®, Unitron™, Widex® and more at savings of 50-80% off standard industry prices.1|
|Access more than 5,500+ credentialed hearing provider locations nationwide for hearing tests, hearing aid evaluations and follow-up support.|
|Receive convenient follow-up care through either Right2You virtual care with hearing aids delivered right to your door or in-person care with a UnitedHealthcare Hearing provider in your area.|
Hearing care that’s built around you
Enjoy access to one of the widest selections of hearing aids available anywhere through 2 care options. Plus, you’ll get all the support you need every step of the way.
BTE = behind-the-ear, RIC = receiver-in-canal
*In-person visit to a local hearing provider may be required.
**One-time professional fee may apply.
*** Hearing aids purchased in the Basic technology level receive 1 virtual follow-up visit
|Not sure if you have hearing loss?
Take a quick online test right from the comfort of home to find out if you should schedule an appointment with a hearing provider at UHCHearing.com/test
Call UnitedHealthcare Hearing at 1-855-523-9355, TTY 711, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. CT, Monday through Friday. Or, visit UHCHearing.com
- Other UnitedHealthcare plans may provide additional discounts or benefits.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2016.
- Compared to industry average on a pair of hearing aids. Consumer Reports, 2017