What is the Paramedic Membership Program and who is covered by the program?

Anaheim Fire & Rescue currently offers a Paramedic Membership Program to residents and businesses within the City of Anaheim. The program is designed to protect the citizens of Anaheim in the event of an emergency by offsetting the cost of emergency medical response.


Should you need emergency medical services, a $387 response fee will be charged for each person. As an alternative to paying this charge, the Paramedic Membership Program allows residents and business owners the option of paying $42 a year ($3.50 per month) rather than being charged the $387.


For a residential account, membership covers the department's emergency medical response costs for all who reside in your home anywhere in the City of Anaheim 24 hours a day. The program also covers those who have a medical emergency while visiting your home.


For the business program, membership covers the department's response costs for all your employees while working at your business in the City of Anaheim. Customers of the business are not covered by the program, but their individual residential program may cover them if they reside in the City of Anaheim.

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1. What is the Paramedic Membership Program and who is covered by the program?
2. How do I pay for the Paramedic Membership Program?
3. Are ambulance services covered by this program?
4. Why aren’t my taxes paying for this service?
5. Why does the Paramedic Membership Fee appear on my utility bill?
6. Doesn’t my insurance carrier cover emergency responses by Anaheim Fire & Rescue?
7. Am I covered by other cities’ programs if I am enrolled in Anaheim's program?
8. I have a business at one location that uses several utility meters. Do I have to pay for more than one membership?
9. I received a bill for $387, but am a member of the program. Do I still have to pay this bill?
10. How do I cancel my participation in the Paramedic Membership Program?