Audiological care consists of:
- testing the hearing function;
- advice on the hearing aid to be purchased;
- information on the use of the aid;
- the psychosocial care required as a result of problems with the impaired hearing function;
- assistance in establishing a diagnosis in the event of speech and language disorders in children.
Referral required for audiological care
For audiological care, you will require a referral from a general practitioner, a medical specialist, a youth doctor, a doctor for the mentally disabled, a clinical technologist or a specialist in geriatric medicine. The referral will remain valid for a period of twelve months, commencing on the day the referral was issued.
Reimbursement for audiological care
Under the HollandZorg public healthcare insurance, you qualify for the reimbursement of the cost of audiological care.
|Public Healthcare Insurance
|HollandZorg public healthcare insurance
Maximum rates non-contracted provider
If you are planning on seeing a care provider with whom we have not concluded an agreement for audiological care, the rates of Rate List for Non-Contracted Care apply. If the rates of the non-contracted care provider are higher than our maximum rates, the difference will be for your expense. This applies to reimbursement under the public healthcare insurance and the supplementary insurances.
No statutory personal contribution
You will not be subject to a statutory personal contribution for audiological care.
Who may provide this type of care?To receive audiological care, contact an audiological centre. Use our Care Guide to find an audiological centre near you.
Also view the Reimbursements 2022.
The information on this page is a brief outline of the reimbursement. You can only derive rights from our insurance conditions.