A valuable benefit included with your FMCA membership at no additional cost!
From providing trip assistance and concierge services to ensuring that your dependents, pets, and RV are returned home should the unexpected take place, this plan has you covered. While most people never experience a serious illness or accident during their travel, things can and do happen. Having a comprehensive medical emergency and travel assistance program will allow you to enjoy your travels and focus on what’s most important to you. Remember, FMCAssist equals peace of mind.
"My husband and I cannot thank FMCA enough for the wonderful FMCAssist Medical Emergency and Travel Assistance Program. We are still overwhelmed and very appreciative that we did not have to handle any details; it was all done for us. FMCA deserves a five-star award for a job well done!"
-- Jaqui Danek, Sandford, N.C.
"One of the reasons we joined FMCA was because of the emergency medical assistance benefit, although we never expected to need it. We want everyone to know how glad we are that we joined FMCA. We will advertise this wonderful member benefit to whomever will listen."
-- Patrick and Patricia Williams, F322878 Sheboygan, Wisc.
"We have a 2004 Winnebago Sightseer and each year we take a multi-state trip. This year we traveled to Nashville, Tennessee; Bowling Green, Kentucky; Pigeon Forge, Tennessee; the Atlantic coast of North Carolina; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Houston and Waco, Texas. While in Waco, I woke up feeling very ill, and eventually got into the shower. As I stepped in, my left knee gave out, and I fell back and hit the door jamb of the toilet room. I was in severe pain, and my wife called 911. At the Waco trauma center, the surgeon told us that I had broken two back bones and recommended surgery as the quickest way for me to get back on my feet. This was a Saturday morning, and Sunday morning I was on the table for five hours, I was told. My wife called FMCAssist, the insurance we were told we had as part of our membership in FMCA. They worked with the trauma center in Waco and our insurance company on the West Coast. They arranged for a driver to pick up our motorhome and drive it 40-plus hours to our home in Pleasanton, California. And they had an ambulance pick us up at the center with a flight nurse and EMT and take us to the Waco airport. At the airport we were put into a small jet and flown to California, and then picked up by another ambulance that took us to a rehab facility. On June 3, I saw my home for the first time since March 31. I am recovering daily. Thank you, FMCA, for getting us home."
-- Dan Clapp Pleasanton, California