NEW YORK STATE - In the following video, New York State Senators Tom O’Mara and James L. Seward, as well as local leaders and transportation management officials discuss how upstate, rural legislative districts are being hurt by recent state-level changes underway in the management of Non-Emergency Medical Transportation. For more information on this and a similar roundtable held in Albany in early 2013, go to: Rural Public Transportation Issues Focus Of Senate Forum.
July 31, 2015
June 2, 2015
NEMT - Caliber Patient Care is a national franchised provider of local and long-distance non-emergency medical transportation services. Their trained professionals (certified in CPR, First Aid, and Defensive Driving) provide wheelchair accessible services from the "bedside-to-doctorside". As well, stretcher services staffed by certified EMT’s are available in selected cities. Caliber Patient Care is currently offering franchise opportunities. At present, they are operating in the following locations: Nashville, TN; Cape Cod, MA; Knoxville, TN; Raleigh-Durham, NC; Atlanta, GA ; Chandler, AZ; Kansas City, KS; Syracuse, NY; Fairfield, CT; Tucson, AZ; Milwaukee, WI; Corpus Christi, TX; Omaha, NE; Jacksonville, FL; Birmingham, AL; Montgomery, AL; Denver, CO; Houston, TX; Scottsdale, AZ; Memphis, TN; Boston, MA; Columbus, OH; Cleveland, OH; San Jose, CA; and Philadelphia, PA.
May 2, 2015
TEXAS - The CCFW Transportation Program of the Catholic Charities Fort Worth provides a variety of shared-ride options throughout Tarrant County, Texas. Since 2012, they have been providing expanded services which include those previously provided by the American Red Cross. These services include transportation to medical appointments, employment, social services, and education for eligible seniors, low income, and individuals with disabilities. In the following video, a client with physical disabilities describes how the CCFW Transportation Program has made a difference in her life.
April 4, 2015
NORTH CAROLINA - North State Medical Transport was established in 2004 by a group of experienced Wake County paramedics who saw the need in the community to provide further top level medical transportation services in the area. Based in Raleigh, their services include: advanced life support, basic life support, wheelchair vans, and shuttles.