I’d like to suggest if you haven’t done so, it might be a good idea to list the extent of your hearing loss, especially if severe or profound, as a medical condition in your phone’s emergency response information. How you list emergency response/medical information may vary according to phone manufacturer/OS version. Or perhaps you just carry a card in your wallet. However, if you’re asleep in bed when something happens, you may not have your HA’s in or be carrying your wallet, especially if you end up finally living alone at home at an advanced age.
In the good old days before emergency calling and health monitoring became so incorporated into modern cell phones, I was taught to make a contact entry (before lock screens and passcodes, too, I guess!) under ICE (for “In Case of Emergency”) and told that first responders were trained to look up ICE contacts. So I have ICE contacts for wife and nearest daughter as in ICE (wife name & contact info) and ICE (daughter name and contact info) in my contact list as well as filling out the Apple Health app Medical ID info that provides for personal info, medical conditions, and emergency contacts as well). There has been some discussion of emergency response/medical ID info in the social section of this forum: I guess I’m officially an old person.
But it seems like a good idea to list the extent of your hearing loss. If nothing else, if you have totally ITE devices, at least medical personnel might eventually think about removing your expensive devices from your ears to preserve them, after they’ve preserved your life, if possible.