See Farah Gee Sears’ Facebook post praising AMCN for her son’s rescue and the value of membership:
Farah Gee Sears’
If you never read another one of my posts, read this one.
My heart literally skipped a beat when I opened the bill for Liam’s fixed wing flight to Cook Children’s. I was expecting a very large number, but not this large. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t care, I’d do it all over again the same way, but I’m human and I had no idea how we would ever pay this back.
Then I remembered that I had gotten a letter months ago about AirMedCare Network. It was $65/year* and covered every resident of the household who had to be flown by any AirMedCare Network aircraft in the network. Seeing how many people we fly out of our ER, I felt like it was a good investment.
When I remembered today that I had filled out that form and mailed my check, I called immediately to make sure my membership was good and that I wasn’t dreaming it all up. They confirmed that I was an active member and that I would not have to pay A DIME that my health insurance didn’t cover.
Everyone, get online or on the phone and spend $65/year*. You really never know when you, or someone you love, will be the one in the ‘jump seat’.
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* When Farah Sears purchased her AMCN membership in the fall of 2016, our 1-year membership cost was $65. Since then, we’ve expanded our coverage area to over 320 locations in 38 states, including Hawaii and Alaska. Due to this growth, to continue to protect members from out-of-pocket expenses, we have increased our 1-year membership cost to $85 effective June 1, 2018.
You never know when a medical emergency will arise
Frequently Asked Questions:
If an AirMedCare Network Provider does not transport you, you will be responsible for payment. Our membership program only covers transports provided by our affiliates.
There is no limit to the number of transports a member may take in a year. Each transport is handled the same way and must be an emergent or time-sensitive transport as determined by a physician (or other appropriate provider) or first responder unaffiliated with AMCN.
With an AirMedCare Network membership, any person or persons who reside under one (residential) roof are covered. In the event we have a member who lives in a duplex or apartment complex, we designate the primary member’s residence/address— that is considered the “one roof”. Undergraduate college students can be covered under their parent’s membership as well as anyone previously residing in the household who is then moved to a permanent care facility.
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