Everyone experiences emergencies from time to time. They're simply a part of life. Unfortunately, they're also costly. For instance, a typical emergency ambulance transport can often exceed $500, and most insurance providers, including Medicare, will not cover the full amount of an ambulance bill.
The Wake County EMS $60 Subscription
Fortunately, we offer all residents of Wake County relief from direct cost of ambulance services. For $60 per year, you and all permanent residents of your household can receive emergency 9-1-1 ambulance service anywhere in Wake County as many times as needed. Your annual subscription fee relieves you of any direct costs of 9-1-1 ambulance service not paid by your insurance. Your coverage begins two days after receipt of your payment and ends on Dec. 31.
In addition to the coverage your family receives, all of the money from your subscription membership is returned to Wake EMS or the rescue squad that serves the area where you live. This provides valuable operating funds to ensure the continued high level of emergency medical care that you have come to expect.
Important Information on Subscription Periods
New members joining now through the end of November 2021 will have their coverage activated for the current 2021 subscription year, which ends on Dec. 31, 2021.
New members joining for the 2022 subscription year may begin signing up on Dec. 1, 2021.
Current members wanting to renew for 2022 will be receiving renewal notices in the fall of 2021.
Information You'll Need to Join
- Activation Code: WAKE21
- Residential address and mailing address
- Email address
- Name and birth date for all permanent household residents
- Credit card or checking account information
- Social security numbers are used to match your subscription with patient care records
More Program Information
Contact the Wake County EMS Subscription if you have any changes or additions to your household during the year.
Your Wake County EMS Subscription covers EMERGENCY 911 TRANSPORTS by Wake County EMS System ambulances from Wake County to the nearest appropriate hospital. The subscription does not cover non-emergency or air transports. Your insurance will be billed each time you use the program.