Wisconsin wheelchair users, their families and doctors trust BriteLift for wheelchair accessible Non-emergency medical transportation NEMT. Serving those with disabilities that need handicap accessible rides.
While Chicago is considerably an accessible city, there are a few things that need to be discussed when it comes to mobilizing patients. Here, we point out some of the associated risks, errors that may occur, and best demonstrated practices utilized by our skilled drivers to reduce the incidence and severity of patient transport incidents.
Medical appointments outside of major cities can be tough to get to without personal transportation around, especially for those with accessibility needs.
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Interacting with those who have accessibility needs is never easy – not because what someone is going through is making us uncomfortable but because people are usually trying to do the right thing, except that they don’t know how.
For Arlington Heights residents with disabilities, it’s easy to book private wheelchair-friendly rides for getting to important appointments.
Chicago and SE Wisconsin residents have regular healthcare needs. This is why specialized transportation for patients in wheelchairs is necessary.
Non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) is important for getting to physical therapy, chemotherapy, dialysis, & procedures/testing.
When you think of medical transportation, the first thing that pops into your head may be the “ambulance.” Plenty of people who may not be familiar with non-emergency medical transportation, often equating it to ambulance transportation. Although they both serve the same core purpose of transportation patients, there are big differences between the two.