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Hiring a non-medical transportation van instead of an ambulance

A growing number of people in San Mateo County are avoiding ambulances for their non-emergency medical needs. They prefer to call private non-medical transportation companies that hold out the promise of better and faster service. These vehicles are exceptionally handy for people who are stable, but unable to travel through conventional means.

Why do so many passengers prefer to use private non-medical transportation over ambulances?

As per private transportation providers, non-medical transportation services are more equipped and capable to reach their destination on time. All reputed private companies make sure that their customers are offered upmost comfort. The drivers are trained to provide additional assistance that may be required while getting the patient in and out of the van, helping the patient to walk and helping to carry the passenger.

Private vans have certainly become a big hit among passengers for medical and non-medical purposes. In some cases, the explanation can also be dated back to September 11, 2001, when hundreds of emergency 911 calls went unanswered. The experience raised a fear among people that in a major crisis, the city system may be too flooded to help them. Most people lost credibility in ambulances in general. But the broader reason behind the sudden surge can be ascribed to the top-notch service and 24/7 availability of private services.

Other benefits

Private non-medical transportation is certainly professional and dependable when it comes to getting the passengers to and from their social commitments and medical appointments. Companies such as these understand how important medical appointments are, and the meaning of arriving on time so as to avoid missing any evaluation or treatment. Moreover, having well-trained drivers who can help the passengers with their requirements is the reason so many passengers prefer private transportation services over ambulances.

  • Non-emergency transportation vans come with the following features:
  • State-of-the-art equipment
  • Heating
  • Comfort
  • Air Conditioning
  • Certified/Licensed
  • Sanitized/Clean
  • Regularly maintained

As medical treatments advance, people live longer and healthier lives than ever before. This automatically increases the demand for non-emergency medical transportation. However, when choosing a service, make sure they offer well maintained and comfortable vehicles with specially equipped wheelchair ramps and lifts. Apart from this, the provider’s medical equipment should be specially designed to respond to the needs of fragile passengers. One of the best ways to narrow down to the best provider in your area is to go through their website. You can read about the type of services they offer and call them to assess your medical transportation needs. Ask them about any discounts or offers. If you are a senior citizen, you may be eligible to receive a discount off the standard service rates.

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