Medical Transportation is an essential aspect of healthcare services. It’s crucial for safely and conveniently moving patients from one point to another.
The Medical transportation Services consist of Emergency Transport Services and the Non-emergency Transport Services. Emergency transport services are used when the patient suffers an injury or health condition requiring immediate medical attention.
On the other hand, Non-emergency transport services are different. They are professional services used to transport patients who have no urgent medical needs.
A comprehensive look at the two different medical transportation services reveals that Non-emergency medical services draw more public interest than Emergency Transport services.
A recent report published by Pubmed highlights that about one-third of US child trauma patients arrived at the medical facility through Non-emergency Medical Transport (NEMT). Additionally, the NEMT is estimated to grow globally above 6.10% its initial rate from 2020 to 2025.
NEMT services are adequately equipped to handle virtually all non-emergency medical needs that patients may require during transit.
People who are likely to need and use Non-emergency Medical Transportation are:
Non-emergency medical transportation is ideal for patients that need to move from point A to B and don’t require urgent medical treatment during transit. Patients who can take advantage of the NEMT include older adults, disabled patients, and patients recuperating from an illness.
When choosing a medical transport service provider, you must ensure to choose one that not only focuses on getting you to your destination, but also prioritizes using the safest, most conducive, and most efficient sets of vehicle fleets and equipment to do the job.
ACC Medlink appeared on the TLC television network reality show “1000 LB Sisters” to transport one of the cast members from Ohio to a doctor in Kentucky. Filmed in late 2022, ACC Medlink, four of its employees and the journey they took with Tammy Slaton were featured in episode 6 of season 4, which originally aired on February 21, 2023.
ACC Medlink is proud to announce the addition of a new line of elite medical sprinter vans to our long distance medical transport fleet. This addition will allow ACC Medlink to continue to provide superior service and outstanding care for those in need of medical transport out of state...