Care Credit

American Hearing Center Accepts CareCredit

Many patients put off treatments and procedures because they cannot afford to pay. We offer CareCredit payment options as an alternative to consumer credit cards, cash or checks. CareCredit allows you to pay over time instead of a lump sum prior to treatment.

 

 

What is CareCredit?

CareCredit is a healthcare credit card with a credit line for treatments and procedures for your entire family, including your pets. It is a credit card designed for your health and beauty needs. With many of our promotional offers, you can avoid paying interest by making your minimum monthly payments and paying the full amount due by the end of the promotional period. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the promotional purchase is not paid in full within the promotional period. Minimum monthly payments are required. Not all practices offer all CareCredit financing options, so check with your provider.

 

I don't currently have a CareCredit account. How do you qualify for one?

Approval is based on information from your credit application and past credit history. This includes information from the primary applicant as well as any co-applicant.

 

Do you need to replace my original card with the new CareCredit healthcare card?

No. Though the look of the CareCredit member card has changed, your service hasn’t. There's no need to replace your original card with the new card. Both CareCredit cards are accepted at American Hearing Center.

Get more information from CareCredit.com

 
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American Hearing Center - Temple
1618 Canyon Creek Drive Ste 140
Temple, TX 76502
254.774.7727

American Hearing Center - Killeen
2806 S WS Young Dr Ste C
Killeen, TX 76542
254.680.3444

Toll free: 1.800.234.4621
Fax: 254.771.1256

Open: M-F, 8-5

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