Using your Medicare hearing benefits
Hearing is an important asset that can be protected, treated and assisted through a program for hearing healthcare. Priority Health Hearing provides easy access to hearing health professionals - primarily physicians and audiologists - who can help you achieve your maximum hearing potential throughout your life.
We have an impressive network of participating providers throughout Michigan comprised of professional audiologists and otolaryngologists (ear, nose and throat [ENT] physicians).
To find a Priority Health Hearing network provider use the Find a Doctor tool or call our Customer Service at the number listed on this page.
If you go to a provider who's not in the network:
If you receive services from a Non-Participating Provider, you will pay for the full cost at the point of service. You will be reimbursed up to the maximums as outlined in the coverage schedule. For more information, see the certificate of coverage document.
- Out-of-network hearing services claim form
- Priority Health Hearing certificate of coverage
- 2018 Priority Health Hearing certificate of coverage (effective 1/1/2018)
Show your Priority Health Medicare member ID card to health care providers when using your enhanced hearing benefits.
Not enrolled yet?
If you don't already have the enhanced vision, dental, hearing package, you can add it to your coverage within two months of your Medicare Advantage plan start date, or during the annual enrollment period of Oct. 15 - Dec. 7 of each year.