PROTECTION AGAINST THE UNEXPECTED
What does a PCAA Membership mean to you and your loved ones?
Emergency ambulance transports can cost more than $1,600 and most insurances do not pay 100% of the charge. Our affordable one-time subscription payment is designed to protect you and your family financially after experiencing a medical emergency. As a member, you will not be responsible to PCAA for co-pays or co-insurances not covered by your insurance company.
What does the PCAA membership program mean to our community?
Contributions to the membership subscription drive help keep our vital ambulances, EMTs, Paramedics, and lifesaving services operational. PCAA ambulances respond to approximately 15,000 emergency calls per year. We depend on donations and membership fees to staff ambulances, purchase lifesaving equipment, train EMT’s and Paramedics, and provide quality medical service in the most serious of situations, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days of the year.
How much does a membership cost?
Senior Single: $45
Senior Couple: $60
How do I sign up? It’s easy to sign up for the PCAA Membership and you can join any time! Quickly and conveniently become a member today below. Membership is valid from May 1, 2021, until April 30, 2022.
BECOME A MEMBER TODAY
Please Note: Select the your membership level/amount under the “Additional info. Selection” on the the payment form.
Membership payments can also be mailed to:
902 Germantown Pike
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
Download the 2021 Membership Drive Subscription Mailer Here
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Is membership a form of medical insurance? No, membership is not an insurance agreement or intended to be a substitute for insurance.
What if I do not have insurance or my insurance denies my claim? Members agree that if they do not have insurance or other health coverage, or if their insurance company or other health benefits payer denies payment to PCAA because it determines that ambulance transport was not medically necessary, the member will be responsible for payment of the fees for those services.
Can an insurance deductible be waived? No, insurance deductibles cannot be waived.