April 26, 2009

Start Your Own NEMT Business

START YOUR OWN NON-EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION BUSINESS - Compared to opening a franchise or buying an existing business, starting up your own NEMT company is probably the most affordable way for entrepreneurs or existing businesses to enter the industry. Many successful NEMT operations have begun as home based businesses with 1 or 2 vans run by individuals, families, or partnerships. For established companies, NEMT is a lucrative area to diversify into, especially if they are already in a related business such as home health care products or services, taxi, or ambulance services. Every business has it's unique aspects. One proven method entrepreneurs have of acquainting themselves with a business opportunity is finding a mentor or industry expert to help guide and inform them in making the right choices. One of the leaders in the NEMT industry is Joel Davis. In the following video, he shares his straight forward and balanced approach to starting up your own successful non-emergency medical transportation company.

How To Build A Million Dollar Medical Transportation Company is an e-course that guides entrepreneurs towards establishing a successful non-emergency medical transportation service. Besides the 320 page e-book, the package also includes an ambulette drivers manual,employee handbook, and other bonus materials including the 135 page e-book:Secrets Strategies For Building Wealth & Independence (a $49.95 value). The program has been developed by entrepreneur, Joel Davis who shares the knowledge and experience gained from having starting his own successful NEMT service: Safe & Direct Transportation Services in New York City. The following are links to a series of videos (on this site) featuring Joel Davis in conversation with owner/operators who have used the How To Build A Million Dollar Medical Transportation Company e-course to start their own successful NEMT service:

- Interview with Steffon Liford of Loving Touch Transportation, Michigan
- Interview with Robert Hall of Basic Life Support, Arizona
- Interview with Carlos Banks of The Wheelchair Taxi, North Carolina
- Interview with Howard Berkowitz & Danny Hester of Tropical Transportation, Fl.

NEMT Business Opportunities - Introduction to NEMT
Buying an Existing NEMT Business featuring The Tenney Group
Opening a NEMT Franchise featuring Express Medical Transporters
Interview with Dr. Richard Terry discussing Health Care & the Future of NEMT
NEMT Scheduling, Dispatch, and Invoicing: DME 2.0 and Dispatching For Dollars

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