How do I become a patient of BRC?
Becoming a patient of BRC Family Hearing Solutions is easy! The best way for us to serve you is to measure how well you hear. Therefore, most patients will need to complete a hearing evaluation. A referral is required if you have Medicare or Medicaid and preferred if you are seeking services for a child.
BRC accepts most major insurance providers including Medicare and Wyoming Medicaid. We are a preferred provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield. To obtain coverage and benefit information please contact your insurance provider.
What should I bring to my first appointment?
We ask that you bring your insurance information and a list of medications to your first appointment. We also encourage you to bring a friend or family member for support during your hearing health journey. There is a small amount intake paperwork, so arriving a few minutes early is encouraged. Once you have completed the intake forms an Audiologist will lead you and your family to the evaluation room. You may also find the intake forms online here if you prefer to fill them out in the privacy of your our home.
What are your hours?
At our Green River location we are seeing patients Monday through Thursday 9am to 5pm and Friday 9am to 1pm with our last available appointment being offered 30 minutes before closing.
At our Lander location we are seeing patients every Monday through Thursday 9am to 5pm and every Friday from 9am to 1pm with our last available appointment being offered 30 minutes before closing.
Where are you located?
Our Green River location can be found at 2180 W. Teton Blvd. Green River, WY 82935.
Our Lander location can be found at 150 Chase Dr Lander, WY 82520.
No Show No Call Policy
BRC Family Hearing Solutions charges a No Show/No Call fee of $25.00 for all appointments that are not cancelled within 24 hours of the scheduled appointment time. If the appointment is rescheduled within 30 days of the missed appointment, this fee may be waived.
Cleaning Your Hearing Aids
In this section you find links to various sites we find valuable for our patients.
Starkey is the main hearing aid manufacturer we work with. Here is a link to their webpage.
Are you a mine worker? Do you work in a mine in the past? You may benefit from the Wyoming Hospital Board. Check out their eligibility criteria and benefits here.
If your child has been diagnosed with a hearing loss and your insurance does not cover the cost of hearing aids and the expense is too high for you cover on your own, the state of Wyoming has a program to help! WYCHAP provides timely access to hearing aids for children who are either not insured or underinsured. To find out more about this great program follow the link below.
If you are interested in a financing option for your investment in your hearing health you can investigate the use of Care Credit.