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Covers only the individual who completes the membership form.
Covers employees of a business as members while they are at work.

Membership benefits are valid for a period of one year from the date of purchase

You will be required to setup a new account the first time you access this site, by clicking on Register Now.

*Donations are accepted (tax deductible)

Frequently Asked
Membership Questions

How Long is My Membership Valid?

Membership benefits are valid for a period of one year from the date of purchase. Membership benefits cannot be applied retroactively to ground or air ambulance transportation services that were provided prior to purchasing the membership.

Why do I need to subscribe if I have health insurance?

Most insurance companies do not pay 100% of total ambulance charges. Most insurance plans require that you pay a co-payment, co-insurance, or a deductible. As a subscriber, you will receive a 50% discount off Co-pays/Co-insurance over $200 related to emergency and non-emergency ambulance service provided by Mutual Aid Ambulance.

Why am I responsible for my Insurance deductible if I have a membership?

A deductible is the amount a patient must pay out of his or her own pocket before full healthcare insurance kicks in to cover medical claims. Mutual Aid cannot give you a discount on your deductible, because we are contractually obligated by your insurance carrier to collect the full amount.

I Have Medicaid – Do I Need a Membership?

No. Healthcare providers may be prohibited by law from offering Membership to or accepting Medicaid recipients. By submitting an application for Membership, the applicant certifies that they are not a Medicaid beneficiary.

Can I take out a membership if I do not have insurance?

Yes. You will receive a discounted rate on your emergent and non-emergent transportation, which will coincide with the current Medicare fee schedule.

Am I charged any fees if an Ambulance does not transport me to the hospital?

Yes. Mutual Aid does charge a fee when on-scene treatment is provided but the patient is not transported. Since most insurance companies do not provide coverage for on-scene treatment without transport, subscribers receive a 50% discount for any related fees that are not covered by insurance.

What should I do when the insurance company sends you a check for your ambulance service?

Mutual Aid bills the patient’s insurance company and some insurance companies mail the check directly to the patient. This check should be sent to Mutual Aid so it can be credited for payment on your account. Failure to send the check from the insurance company will result in termination of any subscription and the patient will be held responsible for full charges with no subscriber discount. Any collection fees/court fees associated with an attempt to collect on the account will be the responsibility of the patient.

Can I set my membership up for automatic yearly renewals?

Yes, we offer automatic yearly renewal on memberships.

*Terms and rates are subject to change without notice

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