Did you know that the average cost of an ambulance ride without insurance is over $800?

An uninsured patient may be charged a minimum fee of $350, even if they are not taken to the hospital.

Ambulance rides can cost up to $2,000 depending on the distance traveled and the medical services provided.

Ambulance companies must charge uninsured patients the same amount they charge patients with insurance

Most insurance companies cover at least part of the cost of an ambulance ride

Medicare and Medicaid can help cover the cost of ambulance rides for those who qualify for their programs

Uninsured patients may be able to negotiate payment plans with the ambulance company for emergency transportation services.

Some communities have programs that help uninsured patients pay for emergency transportation services.

It is important to check with your local emergency services for more information on how to get assistance in paying for an ambulance ride if you are uninsured.

The cost of an ambulance ride can be reduced if you prepare ahead of time and have a plan in case of an emergency.