Ambulance Billing

About Ambulance Billing

The Taos County Emergency Medical Services Department recognizes that ambulance services are often needed at some of life’s most difficult times. As such, we strive to minimize the burden imposed on those receiving medical attention as well as on their families.

This page outlines why we charge for ambulance services and details ways you can work with the County to ensure that the billing process is as painless as possible. By working together, we can make sure our medical response system continues to meet citizens’ needs and expectations.

Note: Federal privacy requirements enacted under the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) restrict the release of personal health information. In order for the Taos County Emergency Medical Services Department to release protected health information, proof of authorization must be presented to the Ambulance Billing Division. Those requesting information will need to fill out an Authorization for Release of Information form and present valid ID before the County will release any information. You can download the release form:

EMS Release Authorization

For questions concerning an ambulance bill, you may contact the Billing Division during our normal office hours to speak with a representative. If a representative is not available, please leave a detailed message and your call will be returned within two business days.

What Happens After I Receive Ambulance Services?

Payment Information

Do I have to accept EMS services?

Ambulance Billing Rates