City looking to raise ambulance fees

NORWICH – In an effort to keep pace with operational expenses necessary to maintain the ambulance service in the City of Norwich, the Common Council is looking to increase rates of the city’s Ambulance Fee Recovery Program.

Earlier this month, city officials met with MiltiMed, the ambulance billing service that has contracted with the city since 1998, to review current rates and expenses (a process undertaken every two to three years). The goal is to ensure that rates are consistent with surrounding regions and meet the operating costs of the ambulance service, explained City Mayor Joseph Maiurano.

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