Rules of using emergent ambulance service

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Rules of using emergent ambulance service

If you are a resident of Ontario, and :

you have a valid Ontario health card, and
a physician deems your ambulance service medically necessary, and
your ambulance trip originates in Ontario and ends in Ontario, and
you can not claim an ambulance co-payment exemption (below)
You are responsible for an ambulance service co-payment charge of $45.00 for ambulance services rendered.

If you are a resident of Ontario, and :

you have a valid Ontario health card, and
a physician deems your ambulance service medically necessary, and
your ambulance trip originates at an Ontario hospital or health care facility, and
your destination is a hospital or health care facility outside the province but within Canada, and treatment is not available anywhere in Ontario
Your ambulance transportation costs are fully covered.

If you are a resident of Ontario, and :

you have a valid Ontario health card, and
a physician deems your ambulance service medically necessary, and
your ambulance trip originates at an Ontario hospital, and
your destination is a hospital or health care facility outside the country, and
prior approval from OHIP for out-of-country medical treatment is obtained, and
treatment is not available anywhere in Ontario
Your ambulance transportation costs are fully covered.

If you are a resident of Ontario, and :

you do not have a valid Ontario health card, or
a physician deems your ambulance service medically unnecessary, and
your ambulance trip originates in Ontario, regardless of destination
You are responsible for an ambulance service co-payment charge of $240.00 for each land ambulance service rendered, and/or the actual cost for each air ambulance service rendered.

If you are a resident of Ontario, and :

your ambulance trip originates outside Ontario
You are responsible for the full cost of the land and/or air ambulance services received.

Land and air ambulance services originating out-of-province are not an insured benefit under OHIP. Residents traveling outside the province are encouraged to utilize private travel health insurance, as some plans offer emergency medical and repatriation transportation for the ill and/or injured.
 
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