For Connecticut’s senior and disabled communities, reliable and accessible transportation is more than just convenience. It’s an essential factor that empowers them to attend medical appointments and receive proper care. In this blog, we’ll explore how Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) and patient transport solutions play a pivotal role in empowering disabled patients and the elderly.
Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) plays a crucial role in ensuring that people have access to safe and reliable transportation for medical appointments and healthcare services. In this blog post, we’ll explore what NEMT is, why it’s vital for Connecticut hospitals and patients, and how M7 can be your trusted partner in meeting your transportation needs.
Discharging a patient from New Haven hospitals becomes even more of a challenge when your patient needs accessible ride services.
Patients who need physical therapy, dialysis, and other regularly scheduled medical appointments look for alternative modes of transportation when personal transportation is not readily available. It’s also worth noting that many patients may need more accessible options that cater to wheelchair users or those that use mobility devices such as scooters or walkers. That’s exactly where non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) comes in.