WASHINGTON CO. COMMISSIONERS TO CONSIDER RENEWING AIR MEDICAL TRANSPORT MEMBERSHIP

  

Renewal of Washington County’s membership for air medical services tops an otherwise routine agenda for Washington County Commissioners Tuesday.

Commissioners will consider renewing the county’s AirMedCare Network municipal site membership and paying its associated invoice.

The membership takes care of any copay for air medical services for county residents in the covered area of Washington County and adjacent counties.  Through a supplemental coverage plan, Washington County residents can pay $45 annually—or $35 annually for seniors—to cover a subscriber’s household for air transport costs almost anywhere in the United States.

The county’s invoice for the membership plan is $131,078 annually.  According to EMS Director Kevin Deramus, that cost to the county is reimbursed by REACH Air Medical Services.

Also at Tuesday’s meeting, commissioners will hear monthly reports from the Sheriff’s Office, EMS, E911, Information Technology and the veterans service officer.

Commissioners will meet Tuesday morning at 9 a.m. at the Washington County Courthouse.

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  1. So has anyone seen the regular Washington county helicopter? All I been seeing for the last two months is the red one that says REACH on it.

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