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Posted on: August 1, 2018

LifeRide enrollment period begins August 1

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The enrollment period for LifeRide, the City of Broken Arrow’s ambulance subscription program, will begin on Aug. 1 and ends Aug. 31. Changes in enrollment will not be accepted past Aug. 31. LifeRide is a voluntary, subscriber based program that provides patients with valuable cost-savings on emergency medical response and transportation provided by the Broken Arrow Fire Department.


The average emergency response and ambulance transport costs $1,500. Insurance may cover a portion of this charge, but subscribers to LifeRide who have medical insurance will pay nothing after a claim is submitted to the patient’s medical insurance provider.


LifeRide costs $5.45 a month per household inside the City limits and $7.50 per month for those outside City limits but within the Broken Arrow fence line. The monthly fee shows up as a line item on a utility bill. Those interested in enrolling in LifeRide but do not receive a City of Broken Arrow utility bill can fill out an annual form and submit it with payment. LifeRide members with medical insurance don’t have to pay out-of-pocket costs, after a claim is submitted to the medical insurance provider. Members who do not have medical insurance receive a 40 percent discount.


Individuals and families who do not want to participate in LifeRide may also opt-out during this period by completing a nonparticipation form and submitting it to Utility Customer Service by Aug. 31. Residents may also complete the form at the Utility Customer Service office located at 116 E. Dallas St. on the south side of City Hall.


Please note: Residents who do not wish to change their subscription status do not need to do anything.


View frequently asked questions and download enrollment or nonparticipation forms at LiferideBA.org. For additional assistance, call 918-259-6595 or email liferide@brokenarrowok.gov.

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