Ambulance Sample Clauses

Ambulance. Eligible ambulance expenses are covered at 80%, including ground or air transport as medically necessary.
Ambulance. The Hirer acknowledges that in the event of an accident or injury to any person invited by the Hirer to use the Community Centre Grounds during the Period of Hire the Council will not cover ambulance transportation.
Ambulance. Licensed ground and air ambulance services (the difference between the government agency allowance and the customary charge).
Ambulance. A certified transportation vehicle for transporting Ill or Injured people that contains all life-saving equipment and staff as required by applicable state and local law. AMBULATORY SURGICAL CENTER. A Facility mainly engaged in performing Outpatient Surgery. It must: be staffed by Practitioners and Nurses, under the supervision of a Practitioner; have operating and recovery rooms; be staffed and equipped to give emergency care; and have written back-up arrangements with a local Hospital for emergency care. It must carry out its stated purpose under all relevant state and local laws and be either: accredited for its stated purpose by either the Joint Commission or the Accreditation Association for ambulatory care; or approved for its stated purpose by Medicare. A Facility is not an Ambulatory Surgical Center, for the purpose of this Contract, if it is part of a Hospital.
Ambulance. (SHPPOS and SHPS.) Eighty (80) percent coverage for eligible expenses. (Air ambulance paid to ground ambulance coverage limit only, unless ordered "first response" or if air ambulance is the only medically acceptable means of transport as certified by the attending physician.)
Ambulance. The deductible and coinsurance for services not subject to copays 35 applies. 36
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Ambulance. The deductible and coinsurance for services not subject tocopays applies.
Ambulance. The Plan covers, the covered percentage, of charges in excess of the amount payable under the covered person’s Provincial Hospital Plan for professional licensed ambulance service, including air or rail ambulance service to transport the covered person subject to prior approval of the Administrator as follows: - from the place of injury (or where illness struck) to the nearest hospital where treatment is available; - directly from the first hospital where treatment is given to the nearest hospital for needed specialized treatment not available at the first hospital; or - from a hospital to a convalescent hospital.
Ambulance. Ambulance means a road vehicle operated by a licenced/authorised service provider and equipped for the transport and paramedical treatment of a person requiring medical attention.
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