Wheelchair accessible vans are a safe route to take when there is a consumer that is wheelchair bound. Wheelchair accessible vans are easy to enter . They are built with a side ramp entry or a back-ramp entry. All rams slide down to the ground and the wheelchair can rolls up the ramp into the vehicle. Once inside the vehicle the consumer is then locked down by four built in straps to the grown of the van. The straps are attached to the chairs and locked in place. A seatbelt is then placed on the consumer and the lamp lets up. When getting out, the locks lift off the wheelchair and return to the floor of the van and seat belt come off, the ramp is then let down and the consumer is rolled out of the van. The process could take between 5-10 minutes.
Transportation to and from Dialysis could be difficult at times. Depending on Metro or other public transportation the process is often time consuming and lack quality care. Dialysis Transportation can also be pricey. Working with a smaller medical transportation company offers benefits like cheaper rates and dependable on time rides. Public transportation is not always on time and could have you waiting for hours. Working with an independent transportation company would be a good option for anyone who needs transportation to and from dialysis.
When searching for a special needs transportation service, you as the consumer deserve a company that is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Have you had times when the doctors office calls you the same day to come in for bloodwork? Or maybe when you’re not feeling well at 9:00 at night and you need to go to the ER but want to avoid paying the expensive ambulance?
Selecting a company that provides 24-hour service, 7 days a week is an important key factor when selecting a medical transportation service. You as the consumer will want a company that can meet all your needs, even if that means at 12 midnight. having the capability to use the same non-emergency transportation company makes for a stress-free process.