Billing FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions about Billing:

1- Why did I received a bill for services provided by Flemington-Raritan First Aid & Rescue Squad?

You received a bill because you utilized our services during an emergency.  Although our organization is primarily operated and staffed by our volunteer members, we do employee career staff to ensure our station is staffed 24/7.  To off-set this cost and ensure our ability to offer a high level of emergency services we rely on the financial support from the patients we provide service to.    This bill should be submitted to any insurance provider you may have.

2- What are the billing rates for emergency transport to the hospital?

Our current base rate for BLS transport is $850.00 plus $18.00 per mile transported.  Additional fees may be added for the use of specialty equipment or rescue services.  These rates are in line with the industry standard and other local agencies who provide a like service.  The rates are revised annually.

3- Who can I contact in regards to the bill I received?

Any questions can be directed to a representative at our billing office.  They can be reached at (908) 479-4921 or Toll-Free at (877) 251-2861.

4- I would like to make a payment towards my balance, how do I do this?

You can contact the phone number listed above to make a payment or checks can be mailed to:

Flemington-Raritan First Aid & Rescue Squad

PO Box 2262

Flemington, NJ 08822

Be sure to include your account number with any correspondence.

5- I was issued a check from my insurance company for services you provided, what should I do with the check?

You can do one of the following:

1- Endorse the check, write “Pay to FRFARS” under the signature, and forward to the address above.

2- Deposit the check into your account then forward a check in the same amount to the address listed above with your account number in the memo section.

Be advised that insurance companies notify the billing office when payments have been made directly to you.

6- Why would I be contacted by a collection agency about an unpaid portion of my bill?

You would be contacted by a collection agency if you either received a payment from your insurance company and did not forward it to us to be applied to your balance or you have an outstanding balance and live outside of Hunterdon County or any town contiguous to our primary coverage area.  If you did receive notice from a collection agency please contact the number on the notice to resolve any outstanding balance.  If you believe you were contacted in error please contact our billing office at the phone number listed above.

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