Patient Billing

3 Easy Payment Options

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Use our online payment portal to effortlessly and instantly pay your bill in just a few minutes.

Pay by Mail

Detach the lower portion of your patient invoice, include your payment, and return it to our office using the address provided on the invoice.

Pay by phone

Do you have questions or require additional assistance? Contact our office, and we will help you make your payment. 573-431-0030

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Have Billing Questions?
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When you utilize our ambulance service, you are responsible for charges related to the transportation provided. These charges vary based on the type of response and the distance traveled.

Response TypeCosts
Emergency Response$750-$875 base rate Plus $14/mile
Routine Response$500 base rate Plus $14/mile
Treatment without Transport$150 Plus cost of treatment


The rates mentioned above are the base rates. Other fees may apply based on the treatment/level of care provided. If you have any questions about the amount you were charged or wish to inquire about fees before using our service, contact our billing department, and we will assist you.

  1. It is possible that we do not have your insurance on file. Please contact our office to ensure we have your most up-to-date insurance information.
  2. You may also receive a bill due to an insurance copay, required deductible, or non-covered charges.
  3. Other insurance plan-specific requirements/exclusions. Insurance plans vary greatly. If you have any questions about your coverage, contact our office, and we will review it with you.

Yes and No: Medicare Part B typically covers ambulance transportation to the closest appropriate hospital when deemed medically necessary. However, specific criteria must be met to qualify for coverage. It’s important to understand Medicare’s guidelines and ensure the transportation meets their requirements to avoid potential billing issues. Unfortunately, Medicare Part A does not cover ambulance services. Our billing specialists are well-versed in Medicare regulations and can assist you in navigating the process.

Yes, in most cases, workers’ compensation insurance covers ambulance services if the injury occurs while working. However, promptly informing your employer and filing a claim is important to ensure timely processing and coverage. If you were injured at work and received a bill, it is likely that we were not aware that this was a work-related incident or did not have your employer’s information. Please get in touch with our office; we will assist you with the steps needed to resolve this issue.

We understand that this is a difficult situation and that emergency events are not planned for. If you don’t have insurance coverage or cannot afford your bill, please get in touch with our billing office so we can discuss your options with you.

If you believe there is an error or discrepancy on your ambulance bill, you have the right to dispute the charge. Please contact our billing department promptly to discuss the issue and provide any supporting documentation. We will thoroughly investigate your concerns and work to resolve the problem in a timely manner, ensuring fair and accurate billing practices.

Yes, we offer the convenience of setting up recurring payments for your ambulance bills using our online payment portal. To get started, visit our online payment portal and set up a payment schedule in a few easy steps. Choose when to start the payments, the amount you want to pay, and the total number of payments. This ensures timely payments and eliminates the hassle of manual processing. Contact our billing department with any additional questions.

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