Traveling with Medical Transports

Traveling while ill, injured, or lacking a certain amount of mobility can be a task not worth attempting, especially when it might prove risky to your health. The question arises though, what can be done when travel is necessary, or sought after? Medical transport is a solution that is comfortable, convenient, and professional. For a person only needing assistance getting to and from an airport to travel alone to round-the-clock supervision in a long distance transport vehicle, non-emergency transport can help you get to where you want to go.


elderly_airportIndividuals who are still active and mobile, but lack the resources or ability to get to the airport, should consider a medical transport. There is no need to worry about struggling with medical equipment, climbing in and out of a car, or finding someone to give you a ride. Non-emergency medical transports will make that trip to the airport to begin your journey for business or pleasure a pleasant, calm experience.

Long Distance Transportation

Travel by plane or other public transportation is not always an option. Individuals who need to travel a long distance, but require medical supervision can hire a medical transport, like ACC Medlink to escort to their destination. In these instances, the rider can travel alone or with a companion. Staff in a long distance transport will remain with the rider throughout the journey if there is a companion or not. Every consideration will be made to ensure the rider travels in comfort.

Most often, a long distance trip will continue until the destination has been reached, stopping only for gas or food. A meal stop is not even necessary as the transport will be stocked with food and kitchen equipment. The rider is welcome to bring any snacks or foods they wish.

Everything an individual will need when they arrive can be transported with the non-emergency medical vehicle, including the rider’s car, which can be attached to the transport in the back of the vehicle. Suitcase space is ample, and some transports even allow pets to travel with them. The number one goal of any non-emergency medical transport is to get the rider to their final destination safely and with the greatest amount of ease.