Even though NEMT is for passengers who need non-emergency transportation, you never know when an emergency situation might arise.

Non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) is a growing industry, and with that growth comes the need for qualified and trained professionals. NEMT providers transport patients who are unable to travel to and from medical appointments on their own, and they play a vital role in ensuring that patients receive the care they need.

There are a number of reasons why it is important for NEMT providers to receive training. First, NEMT providers must be familiar with the regulations that govern the industry. These regulations vary from state to state, so it is important for providers to stay up-to-date on the latest requirements.

Second, NEMT providers must be trained in the proper procedures for transporting patients. This includes everything from loading and unloading patients from vehicles to providing them with assistance during their trips. NEMT providers must also be able to recognize and respond to medical emergencies.

Third, NEMT providers must be able to provide excellent customer service. Patients who are using NEMT services are often vulnerable and stressed, so it is important for providers to be compassionate and understanding.


Our Training, Certification and Requirements

  • Pass all required federal, state and local level 2 background check.
  • First Aid and CPR Training.
  • Mentor Training.
  • Undergo a National Sex Offenders Registry Screening.
  • Pass employment drug and alcohol screenings as allowed and required by law.
  • Our drivers must not have had a serious accident in 3 years. 
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