Non-Emergency Medical Transport Services for Children

Most clients that patronize non-emergency medical transport (NEMT) services are the elderly. However, it is not uncommon for children to use these services. Sometimes, parents and guardians are caught up in various engagements. And it becomes difficult to choose between skipping a child’s medical appointment and missing that important business meeting.

A non-emergency transport service company is a better option than a babysitter

Take, for instance, a child who has been diagnosed with a rare medical condition called Duchene’s muscular dystrophy. This disorder is characterized by gradual progressive muscular weakness as the muscles in the calf muscles are slowly replaced with fats. There is no denying that children with this medical condition need a great deal of care and attention.

Hiring a babysitter will reduce the burdens that come with such medical conditions. However, a long-distance trip to the hospital can be chaotic both for the caregiver and child. In such cases, non-emergency transport services become necessary. Moreover, parents and guardians are invited to accompany children on medical trips.

Are NEMT providers experienced in transporting children?

Non-emergency transport service providers have years of experience in conveying children with chronic debilitating conditions. However, not all NEMT service providers are created equal, so you will have to do some research of your own.

Every approved NEMT firm hires staff that has gathered experience working in the non-emergency medical transport sector. Furthermore, new NEMT employees are encouraged to undergo training about the transportation needs of clients.

When do you need to contact a NEMT provider for assistance in transporting your child?

In the world today, numerous children are faced with one form of disability or the other. Autism, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, cystic fibrosis, and Guillain-Barre syndrome are some of the medical cases where contacting a NEMT provider is considered valuable, especially when you have other vital engagements.

Children with the above-mentioned conditions are vulnerable to several environmental and social factors. Fortunately, NEMT employees have been trained to handle these conditions with efficiency. You can rest assured that your child is in safe hands.

Keeping in touch with a non-emergency transport service provider during a medical trip

The contact lines of NEMT providers are usually open 24/7 to respond to inquiries and to follow up with a patient’s whereabouts. Dropping off your kids with strangers is often frowned upon. And NEMT providers know that this might lead to some emotional state.

These companies are reputed for their professionalism and will keep you updated about the whereabouts of your child every step of the way, in many cases, you can track the vehicle in real-time. Regular communication and the ability to effectively manage emergencies make non-emergency transport service providers a great fit for handling your child’s transportation needs.

Wrapping Up

A major reason why people, including children, miss doctor’s appointment is the lack of transportation. Non-emergency transport services are reputed for their efficiency in transporting patients to the hospital without difficulties. Hence, parents and guardians are encouraged to patronize these services for their children’s wellbeing, giving them time to attend to other matters.


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