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Yes. Rescue Care will start when the Ambulance Billing Clerk receives the payment.
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If a Rescue Care member needs ambulance transport by the Whitefish Fire Department, Rescue Care will bill the individual’s insurance carrier and consider whatever insurance covers as payment in full. The annual membership fee covers everything else.
A member’s Rescue Care coverage extends to all household members who are: permanent residents of the same single-family (non-commercial) dwelling, within the City’s ambulance service area, and living together as a family unit. Please note that this excludes roommates and boarders.
Membership benefits also include household members living in nursing homes or other substitute care facilities in the City’s ambulance service area. Those not included in the household membership are required to obtain their own membership.
Rescue Care coverage does not entitle a member to be picked up or transported outside of the City’s ambulance service area.
Rescue Care is an annual membership that runs July 1 through June 30. You can purchase Rescue Care anytime during the year and the price is the same.
Rescue Care memberships expire on June 30th. Memberships do not expire one year from the date of payment.
Rescue Care household membership is just $59 for residents within City limits or $185 per year for individuals residing outside of City limits, but still within the Whitefish Ambulance Service Area.
It is as simple as completing the Rescue Care Rescue Care application and returning it to the Whitefish Fire Department with your payment.