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Moving to a new location? Traveling to a medical facility far away? Visiting family in another state? Enjoying a vacation?
Consider long distance medical transportation.
Everyone from individuals with advanced health issues to highly independent people who require some medical supervision during the trip can benefit from this service.
This Christmas season we handled multiple interstate trips of 100 miles or more. Long distance trips have become one of our specialties. "We've really got these long distance trips down to a science," according to Scheduling Manager and EMT Stuart Maslow.
An affordable and safe solution, long distance medical transport (LDMT) can be ideal for moving, visiting family, vacationing, and traveling to a distant medical facility for specialized treatment.
When a loved one needs to travel but has chronic health issues or limited mobility, long distance medical transportation is often an appropriate solution. This mode of transport is more affordable than an air ambulance and more suitable for individuals with medical conditions than a simple car service.