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Don’t pay out-of-pocket for ambulance in OKC TotalCare program

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Don’t want to pay out-of-pocket for an ambulance ride to the hospital?

Join the TotalCare program.

Oklahoma City’s program gives you and permanent residents at your home emergency medical transport from EMSA with no out-of-pocket expenses.

The program is $3.65 a month and can be included on your utility bill.

That membership covers expenses not paid for by your insurance.

According to Oklahoma City officials, the cost of an ambulance ride is now over $1,300.

MORE: Sign up and get more information on OKC’s TotalCare program

The opt-in/opt-out period is Sept. 1 – Sept. 30.

  • If you are already a member, no action is required if you don’t want to make a change.
  • If you are not participating in the program but wish to opt-in, call Utility Customer Service at (405) 297-2833 or click here.
  • If you are in the program but wish to opt-out, call Utility Customer Service at (405) 297-2833 or click here.