Delve into the transformative role of M7’s accessible ride service and how wheelchair-accessible transportation empowers better healthcare accessibility and enhances quality of life.
The holiday season is upon us, but the excitement of travel is tinged with a hint of stress. Fear not though! With a bit of planning and a dash of holiday spirit, your journey through the Connecticut and New York airports can be smoother than a sip of eggnog by the fire.
For over 30 years, M7 has been the go-to choice for safe and reliable non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) services in Connecticut.
As the capital city of Connecticut and an employment hub, Hartford is home to dozens of restaurants and bars.
It’s relatively warmer in Connecticut this April but spring can still get pretty unpredictable. From indoor spots to outdoor views, we’ve rounded up some spring activities to enjoy whether the sun shines or the rain drizzles.
If you own or run a hotel in Connecticut or anywhere in the United States that utilizes transportation for guests, your rides should be wheelchair accessible.
Discharging a patient from New Haven hospitals becomes even more of a challenge when your patient needs accessible ride services.
Access to medical appointments in Bridgeport, Connecticut can be a huge challenge, especially if you, your family or patient needs dialysis treatment. Professional dialysis transportation can make or break your access to life-sustaining healthcare.
Going to routine check-ups or medical procedures in New London shouldn’t be complicated — especially for people who use wheelchairs or require mobility aids.
There’s loads of reasons why Connecticut companies need reliable transportation for business operations. Small and large companies alike have transportation needs, and they might encounter instances where it can be hard to get rides for their employees, guests, clients, customers, and even patients for clinics with recurring appointments.