How Beltone is responding to COVID-19/coronavirus

Increased spread of COVID-19 is causing uncertainty across the United States. From the first developments of COVID-19 in China, we have been working diligently to take all the necessary steps to ensure our customers, employees, and partners are safe, and that daily operations remain efficient, so we can deliver the support you need.

The health and well-being of our customers is the cornerstone of our business and seniors are the core of our customer base.  Older adults are at higher risk for contracting COVID-19 and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have provided guidance for how we should operate to minimize the risk of infections.  We are following those guidelines, as well as others from the American Academy of Audiology, to deliver the safest care possible.

Here are some specific steps we are taking to support you in the safest way possible:

If you need help with your hearing aids:

  • The Beltone Foundation is providing free batteries by mail to anyone who needs them.  To submit a request click here.
  • Our Hearing Care Professionals are available to answer questions and trouble shoot common issues on the phone
  • Your hearing aids might be able to be adjusted remotely through the HearMax app and Remote Care service.

We’ve uploaded self-help training videos to the Beltone YouTube channel and you can find more information about our products and services on

Unless local conditions prohibit, we are still performing scheduled hearing evaluations and accepting new appointments. If you are coming to an office appointment, please know that:

  • Enhanced cleaning protocols for our offices and equipment to minimize risk of infection to our patients and staff
    • Deep cleaning of all waiting and examination rooms including carpets, desks, phones, and counter surfaces
    • Between visits cleaning of all counter surfaces and equipment.
    • Use of disposable equipment for testing whenever possible
  • Re-trained our staff on infection prevention protocols from the CDC and our industry associations and asked staff to refrain from unnecessary contact during all patient visits
  • Limited or restricted travel from store to store by headquarters and field employees
  • Postponed large events, such as Lunch and Learns and Open Houses

In addition, if you are not feeling well and need to re-schedule your appointment, we have opened appointment calendars beyond our typical two-week window to accommodate.

Our Hearing Care Professionals are ready and willing to help you. 

Please call your local Beltone office or 1-800-Beltone to arrange support.