Grecian Posted February 27, 2015 Share Posted February 27, 2015 I wonder if anybody can help me, I am seeking information as to how the transportation element of a mutuelle works please. As some of you may well be aware I may be having an operation in Bordeaux which is about 245 kms from where I live, the distance limit for the ambulance taxis is 150 kms from where you live. My mutuelle policy says that I have 100% cover for Transport du malade, can anybody explain to me as to what this may mean please. Does it mean that I will be reimbursed for all my travel expenses incurred with my treatment, even if I make the journey by taxi, and if so what sort of proof will I need to make a claim. Sorry to sound a bit dense here, but it is something that I have never experienced before possibly making a claim with my mutuelle, usually all refunds are paid into our bank account automatically.Also does anybody know if I approached the ambulance taxis could I have the first 150 kms paid for by CPAM, and then I pay the extra mileage myself. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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