Tulsa-area residents have until June 30th to change their EMSA TotalCare enrollment.
All eligible residents can opt into the subscription-based program through a $3.64 monthly fee on their city of Tulsa water bill. The program helps cover costs associated with emergency medical transports and applies to all permanent members of the household.
“We want residents to make an informed decision about whether or not the program is right for them based on whether they have insurance or not, or how much that insurance covers,” said EMSA spokeswoman Kelli Bruer. “An emergency ambulance transport is never planned and can happen to anyone. We hope everyone takes this opportunity to do a quick check-up on their coverage and enroll if they need to.”
If a resident takes no action, their enrollment status will remain in place.
To change enrollment status, a resident must contact the city of Tulsa’s Customer Care Center at (918) 596-9511 or go online to www.cityoftulsa.org
Status changes can also be made by phone during normal city of Tulsa business hours Monday through Friday. Those wishing to make changes by phone must call by June 28.
Citizens can learn more about EMSA TotalCare through EMSA’s website at www.emsaonline.com
or by calling dedicated EMSA TotalCare phone number at (918) 396-2888.