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American Legion Post No. 108 Ambulance Service is committed to providing our patients with the very best care, protecting your Life, Health and Safety. Our membership program can help protect your pocketbook as well.
If you or someone in your family requires transport from American Legion Ambulance, will your out-of-pocket expenses be covered? American Legion Ambulance’s average ambulance bill is over $2,400. If you have a high Medicare or insurance deductible, or are on a fixed income, it may be difficult to cover these costs.
The membership protects your entire household against out-of-pocket costs such as deductibles and co-payments that may not be covered by your insurance policy, Medicare, or other health benefits provider. If you have no insurance, or if your insurance company or other payor denies payment, you will be responsible for the full payment for ambulance services rendered.
However, this membership program is not an insurance policy, nor is it meant to be a substitute for health insurance.
For only $100.00 a year, ($75.00 a year for active members of The American Legion) your household is covered for medically necessary ambulance transports. With the membership program, you're covered whether you live at home, in a senior living center, or nursing home.
For your convenience, you can purchase or renew the membership by the following:
- Visiting one of the vendors (shown left) or visiting the ambulance office.
If paying by credit card, please call (209) 223-2963 ext 200 and we will be process your renewal over the phone.