On Tuesday I had a doctor's appointment - not related to my hearing but something else (turns out I have to go have some procedures done on April 12, which will be fun). They sent me the new patient paperwork ahead of time and I dutifully filled it all out the week previous.
One of the questions asked how I would like them to announce it was my turn when I was waiting in the waiting room. I could choose prefixes like Miss or Mrs., my first name, my last name, etc. I know they are primarily asking the question for privacy reasons, but I immediately made the decision based on what's easier for me with my hearing loss, more so than any privacy concerns.
I chose to have them call me by my first and last name. I figured, if I don't hear my first name (Megan - which can be tricky and blend into the background a bit) then I would definitely hear my last name, or at the very least hear a combination of sounds like my first and last name.
They went ahead and just used my first name anyway when they called me, but I found it funny my reasons for choosing from the options they gave me. :)