Long Distance Medical Transport Costs

How long does it take to get a quote?
A quote can be provided immediately by calling 1-800-550-1025. Inquiries through our online form are typically fulfilled within 30 minutes.

Do you provide any discounts?
We can offer a discount with what we call our “backhaul” trips. This type of offering schedule requires some flexibility on your part; but it could reduce your costs substantially.

How much does your service cost?
ACC Medlink is committed to providing the lowest price possible without compromising on your required level of service.
Call 1-800-550-1025 and we can provide a FREE no-obligation guaranteed price quote to you.

What forms of payment does ACC Medlink accept?
We accept all major credit cards, personal checks (in some instances), bank cashier’s check, bank wire drafts, money orders, or cash.

Are all of your costs included or might there be additional charges?
All of our costs are included within our price: ground transportation, the cost of the medical crew, equipment, and the transport itself. Any changes to costs that might occur as a result of changing patient conditions would be made prior to a transport and with the full knowledge of the customer.

Is there a less expensive option than the Sprinter series transporters?
Yes, there is an alternative that is generally less expensive.
We offer a mid-range Ford E-Series passenger van that is loaded with value yet still provides a clean, spacious, and comfortable ride. The Ford series is the perfect choice for patients traveling alone up to sixteen hours in duration.

What if the patient becomes unstable for transportation or passes away before the trip, will you charge me?
We understand that this can happen. It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, we don’t want you to incur any charges, if possible. In most cases, if the patient becomes unstable and for some reason needs to delay the trip and it’s more than 24 hours prior to the planned transfer, we will work with you to adjust the transport. Within that 24-hour window, there would be a cancellation charge that could be applied to a later transfer when the patient is able to go. If it happens shortly before the trip and we have already repositioned an vehicle, you will be charged only the actual costs incurred up to that point.

How much does medical transportation cost?
There are several factors that determine cost. The method of transport (air or ground), the distance transported, and the medical staff configuration. Since medical transportation can range in cost from a few thousand dollars to fifteen thousand dollars it is necessary to call one of our Medical Transportation Specialists to discuss your particular situation to determine the most appropriate and affordable way to transport the patient.

Does my insurance cover the cost?
The best answer is very rarely. The policies of insurance companies are constantly changing and the best way to find out if all or part of your trip is covered is to call us. We will check everything for you.

What forms of insurance do you accept?
Most of the time the insurance doesn’t cover the state to state transport. We recommend checking to see if they are able to reimburse you. If so, we can provide them with any information to help with that process.

Will ACC Medlink help me submit insurance papers?
No, you are required to submit all claims for reimbursement from your insurance company.

What is included in your quote?
ACC Medlink’s written quotes are all-inclusive. There are no hidden charges or add-ons. They include ground transportation, supplies, and of course the professional services of the medical transport team. When comparing ACC Medlink to other provider’s quotes, please be sure to obtain their quote in writing for your protection. Furthermore, please compare the level of care, number of team members, education and capabilities of the team members. Many providers send one team member and/or they are basic trained emergency personnel such as Basic EMT’s on stable basic life support transports. We never expect the worst to happen but with ACC Medlink you always have our highly trained critical care team on board our vehicles regardless of the patient’s status. If an emergency should arise, they are there to provide care immediately. If anything unexpected happens, transport will divert to a local ER or call 911.


ACC Medlink Fleet Fully Equipped With Power Lift Pro Systems

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 Stars In TLC Hit Show

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.


New Fleet of Elite Medical Transport Vehicles

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...