A: We contract this service to an outside “billing agent”, Shared Response Services. Shared Response is located in Killingworth, CT.
A: All requests for invoices should be directed to our billing office: Shared Response Services. They can be reached at 860.663.3634.
A: The State of Connecticut Department of Public Health establishes the rates in which ambulance services can charge for services. Please reference CGS § 19a-179-21 – Rate setting for emergency medical services. Madison Ambulance follows this rate schedule and has never requested an increase above the state set rates.
A: Connecticut law does not allow an ambulance service to selectively bill patients. We must either bill everyone or no one. Additionally, the money we receive from patient billing offsets the amount of tax money we require in order to operate. If you didn’t receive a bill, your taxes would be higher to compensate for this lost revenue.
A: Our billing agent may not have your latest insurance information on file. Please call our billing office at 860.663.3634 to update this information.
Please note: Not all transports are approved by insurance companies. Please contact our billing office for more information.
A: Madison Ambulance recognizes that budgeting for an emergency ambulance ride is not possible. Madison Ambulance also assures you that regardless of ability to pay, we stand committed to providing you the same level of professional care you have come to expect.
Our billing office will work with you to arrange payment plans and other options, etc. Please contact them as soon as possible to avoid your account going to collections.
A: The State of Connecticut Department of Public Health establishes the rates in which ambulance services can charge for services. Please reference CGS § 19a-179-21 – Rate setting for emergency medical services.
Charges may be applied for a Basic Life Support Ambulance, an Advanced Life Support Ambulance, a Paramedic Intercept, Advanced Life Support Assessment and a per mile charge.
A: You may pay your ambulance bill in a number of ways
A: All requests for medical records should be directed to our billing office: Shared Response Services. They can be reached at 860.663.3634
A: Madison EMS transports patients to the closest appropriate hospital. Hospitals that Madison EMS may transport to include:
Middlesex Hospital Shoreline Medical Center
Yale-New Haven Hospital
Yale-New Haven Hospital Shoreline Medical Center
Yale-New Haven Hospital, Saint Raphael Campus
Veterans Administration Hospital – West Haven Campus
Please note that no EMS provider shall take a trauma patient meeting the criteria as determined by the field triage protocols to a hospital other than the facility identified by either protocol or medical direction. A patient meeting Trauma criteria in Madison will be transported to Yale-New Haven Hospital.
A: Madison Ambulance is a 9-1-1 only service which means that our service only transports patients to a hospital emergency department.