In moments of medical necessity, especially for those who require non-emergency medical transportation, the comfort and safety of stretcher transport can make all the difference.
Our mission is to ensure that people have access to reliable and safe transportation to medical appointments, thereby improving their overall healthcare experience.
If you or a family member have specific accessibility needs, it can get tricky just to get to and from major Arizona airports.
1 in 4 (or 26%) adults in the United States have some type of disability. For business owners and institution heads, this is a significant market or population to ignore.
A way to address this problem is to find safe, reliable, and equitable Non-Emergency Medical Transportation or NEMT. These rides cater to your specific medical transportation needs without having to get an ambulance.
There are many great places for a night out in Arizona. And the good news is that most of these spots are wheelchair-friendly, making it easy for everyone to join in the fun!
Booking a Non-Emergency Medical Transportation or NEMT is always your best option. It makes getting around easier and safer for those who utilize a wheelchair, stretcher, or other mobility devices.
Unlike conventional medical transportation, you can use NEMT for various non-emergency situations such as doctor’s appointments, therapy sessions, treatments, and many other needs. You can even utilize it for a trip to the grocery store, leisure activities, and visiting family and friends!
According to The Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council (ADDPC), 11.2% of the population in Maricopa County and 15.3% of Pima County are living with a disability (2019). This community needs resources that help with daily life, like transportation services from HealthLift. HealthLift NEMT of Arizona is a wheelchair friendly ride service that allows people with disabilities to get where they need to go, when they need to be there.
Some medical conditions can render passengers unable for air travel, and this can severely affect their quality of life, especially when they need periodic medical checkups that require long-distance travel.