How am I billed?

City of Beaumont EMS responds to 911 calls within Beaumont. We partner with the Beaumont Fire Department as first responders who provide assistance prior to our arrival. Beaumont EMS charges a user fee, just like your doctor's office or the hospital emergency room.

By providing the EMS crew your insurance coverage information, our staff can bill your insurance provider, Medicare, Medicaid, MAP or workers compensation directly, so you can focus on a speedy recovery.

With Beaumont EMS, patient care does not end at the hospital emergency room. Our billing services are all done in-house so we can insure the same high-level customer service as we provide in our 911 Center and on the ambulances.

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1. How am I billed?
2. How do I contact the billing office?
3. Can I Get a Copy of Medical Records?
4. How Do I Pay?
5. Do You Accept Insurance?
6. Can EMS Reduce the Bill?
7. The Patient Has Passed Away, What Happens to the Bill?
8. Does Beaumont EMS Bill the Person that Causes the Accident if it Was Not the Patient's Fault?
9. I Did Not Call EMS, Why am I Receiving a Bill?
10. What is the Cost of Being Treated and/or Transported by EMS?
11. Why is There a Charge When I Pay City Taxes?
12. Does calling an ambulance get me seen quicker in the ER?
13. Is there a charge if an ambulance provides a service?