Ambulance Billing

Ambulance Transport Insurance Billing
"Where Patient Care is our Highest Priority"
  

Ambulance Transport Insurance Billing is a program that provides reimbursement for services rendered for Ambulance Transport Services.  In many cases, insurance carriers, government programs, auto insurances, etc., will generally reimburse a portion for ambulance charges.

If you are a Frederick County Resident or a Visitor just passing through, this is: 

"What You Need to Know" 

Frederick County Fire and Rescue Services began billing patient’s medical insurance for ambulance transport services in January 2013, in an effort to offset the rising cost of providing emergency medical services.  Reimbursement of these funds assists with operational expenses we incur in providing a combination volunteer and paid EMS System, while offering some relief to the taxpayers of the County.  Providing the "Highest Quality" of professional patient care and treatment will continue to be our first priority in meeting the medical needs of the citizens and visitors of Frederick County.
 

"What are the charges for ambulance transport services?"

- Non-Emergency Basic Life Support transports .........................
$320.00 
- Emergency Basic Life Support transports ................................. $420.00 
- Advanced Life Support, Level 1 transports ...............................  $600.00 
- Advanced Life Support, Level 2 transports ............................... $700.00 
- Ground mileage of $10.00 will be charged per mile, from incident pick up to the closest
   medical facility. 

 

"How do we protect the privacy of your health information?" 

Frederick County Fire and Rescue Services is committed to protecting your personal health information. We are federally mandated by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and have in place a Compliance Program to protect your health information. If you need our help, just call 9-1-1 without hesitation. No one will ever be denied or refused services due to a lack of insurance or an inability to pay. Should you choose to NOT be transported, you will be asked to sign a "Patient Refusal of Care Form" and there will be no charge to you or your insurance. 

For more information, contact our EMS Billing Coordinator at (301) 600-6781.

Contact Us

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    Shirl Ollie
    EMS Billing Coordinator

    Email

    Ph:  301-600-6781

    Jenn Toms
    EMS Billing Assistant
    Email
    Ph:  301-600-1644





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    Frederick, MD  21704