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3 Situations to Use Non-Emergency Medical Transportation June 5, 2019

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3 Situations to Use Non-Emergency Medical Transportation, Brooklyn, New York

Health complications can be a scary experience, even when they aren’t life-threatening. In some cases, an ambulance isn’t always needed; however, it’s not always possible to drive yourself or another to a medical facility, either. Under these circumstances, non-emergency medical transportation is an invaluable resource. Below, you’ll find common examples of when this type of transportation is especially useful.

3 Situations Where Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Is Essential

1. Moving Seniors

non-emergency-medical-transportation-brooklyn-radio-dispatcherIf you have a loved one with mobility issues, specific health needs, or a debilitating cognitive disorder like dementia, transportation can be extremely difficult. They may need professional assistance while entering or exiting the vehicle or may need to be monitored while on the road. To ensure the safety of everyone involved, use a non-emergency medical transportation service, as they are professionally equipped to assist with basic health care needs along your journey.

2. On Vacation

Getting injured while far from home is concerning for a number of reasons, especially if you’re on vacation and don’t have a car. Ambulance rides can be extremely expensive and aren’t always necessary. Non-emergency medical transportation is much more affordable and will ensure you make it safely to the proper medical facilities. They can also help with transportation from the hospital, as well. Making the decision to take non-emergency medical transportation while on vacation is also a nice way to give back to the community that’s played host to your trip, as doing so ensures that local EMTs are available to assist people with more life-threatening injuries.

3. Traveling to Health Facilities

Some medical conditions, such as kidney disease or cancer, require regular trips to dialysis and chemotherapy clinics for treatment. Driving yourself can be dangerous if you don’t have a friend or family member available. Instead, schedule non-emergency medical transportation. They’ll get you safely to and from these facilities, and provide peace of mind in knowing you won’t have to worry about it.

 

Brooklyn Radio Dispatcher is proud to offer non-emergency medical transportation services throughout Brooklyn, NY, and surrounding boroughs. They provide affordable rates, which you can view on their website, and plenty of riding options to accommodate all clients. Their car service can also help with airport pickup, corporate transportation, and general taxi services. Call (718) 384-4444 today to speak with a dispatcher.

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