Phoenix is known for accessible and ADA-compliant attractions and accommodations. But with the high demand and other contributory factors, it can sometimes be tough to get to doctor’s appointments and other medical transportation needs.
Sometimes, accidents happen. For the most part, we get lucky enough to get away with a few scrapes and bruises. But for those who end up with injuries serious enough to have to use a wheelchair or mobility aid to get around, the road to recovery may be a long and difficult one.
Non-emergency medical transportation isn’t just for individuals but also for medical institutions, assisted living centers, hotels, and more businesses that care for their patients, customers, and staff. Getting a corporate account with HealthLift ensures that accessible rides are always available.
Medical patients need to meet their regular health requirements, such as dialysis treatments among others. There are times when those utilizing wheelchairs need to get to their appointments, but have no way of getting there. Fortunately, non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) is a convenient and readily available option for patients so they can get to where they need to be.
Being a wheelchair user has plenty of challenges, especially when it comes to traveling. It’s good to know, however, that airports have plenty to offer when it comes to accessibility. If you’re traveling with someone utilizing mobility aids, then here are a few factors you need to consider when traveling through Arizona’s major airports.