If I pay property taxes will I receive a bill?
Yes. In order to keep the property tax mill levy as low as possible all patients utilizing ambulance transport are billed for services provided in accordance with recognized standards.
Do you bill insurance?
Yes, as a courtesy we bill all insurance providers including but not limited to private insurance providers and government-based insurance such as Medicare, Medicaid, VA, and Tri-Care. We are non-network providers for all private insurance companies.
The amount paid by your insurance company will depend on your policy, deductibles, and the insurance company’s standardized fee structure for services. Please take a moment to read the “Explanation of Benefits (EOB)” from your insurance company when you receive it in the mail. The EOB will explain what amount was paid by insurance for emergency medical services provided. Any amount remaining after the insurance payment will be reflected on your next billing statement. Any amount not paid by your insurance company is your responsibility.
Blue Cross / Blue Shield Insurance
Most insurance companies will mail their payments directly to us to apply to your bill. Blue Cross/Blue Shield does NOT mail their payments to us; rather they will send the check to you the patient. Please endorse the check and mail it to us or deposit this check and write a check to us for the total amount due.
I do not have insurance. What are my options?
If you do not have insurance coverage for ambulance transportation, payment is your responsibility. If you are having difficulties paying your bill we are prepared to work with you to set up a monthly payment schedule or make other payment arrangements. Please contact our billing service:
EMS Billing Solutions, Inc. at (303) 431-6181
May I pay my bill with a credit card?
Yes, we accept VISA and MasterCard.