On-Board Patient Care

On-Board Medical Transportation Services Team

Our medical transportation services include a professional team of coordinators, medical transportation nurses, drivers, and physicians who care about your loved one.  The patient’s on-board care begins with our ground transportation coordinators, who will will arrange and monitor all medical transports throughout the United States.

MT105 Patient Nurse Driver Coach in Bac

Whether going across the state or across the country, MedSprinter provides medical transportation services for non-ambulatory clients wishing to travel long distances. We also offer services to clients who are ambulatory (those who are able to walk to our medical transport coaches on their own, or with just a little help from our staff).

Medical Transport Team (Crew)

  • Professional Drivers: Two (2) professional drivers with 5 + years driving experience in all weather conditions transport patients from nationwide from 150 to 3000 miles.
  • Transport Nurses: All nurses have at least 5 years of clinical experience and travel with our seniors, elderly and special needs travelers.
  • Physician Oversight: A board-certified emergency physician is on staff and available 24 hours a day by phone for consultation on long distance patient transports.
Fully equiped medical coach for non-emergency long distance patient transport

We Make The Trip Easy

• Help with planning, meals and lodging.
• We provide the medical care and a nurse.
• We do all the driving.

On-board Medical Equipment and Medications Available

On Board Medical Equipment

  • Vital Signs: monitored by nurse.
  • Oxygen Concentrator: oxygen is available if needed.
  • Pulse Oximeter: Oxygen needs monitored.
  • Suction: A suction unit is available.
  • Nutrition: Nutritional supplements are continued throughout the trip.
  • Catheter Care: Foley Catheter care provided.
  • Glucometer: The patient’s glucose is monitored on all interstate medical transports.
  • PEG Tubes: Most commonly to provide a means of feeding when oral intake is not adequate.
  • Nebulizer: Commonly used for treatment of cystic fibrosis, asthma, COPD and other respiratory diseases.
  • Basic Medications: over-the-counter medications for the senior or elderly handicap patient include Tylenol, Aspirin, Ibuprofen etc. are available on long distance non-emergency transport.
  • Medications the patient is currently taking are continued on all patient transfers.

We provide for a variety of special needs while our client is in transit and will be happy to discuss your particular situation. Contact us for more information 

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