Non-Emergency Medical Transport

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Things to Know

Often people will have to pay rather large amounts of money for non-emergency transport. However, there are extenuating circumstances that arise where a disability exists and medical plans like Medicare or charitable agencies will step in and pick up the cost. Look folks, in the main, Medical Transport is a for-profit business and pricing can be as high to use the services. It should be noted here that the majority of the “free” agencies are offered, rightly so, to young children. 

If you care to do some research, on the Internet you’ll find a full listing of which charities are available. Also, while searching the Internet you might suddenly discover that a lot of new websites have blossomed devoted to the subject of how the public can begin their own Medical Transportation business and make “millions” of those green pieces of paper with the picture of dead presidents on the front. Please heed the mantra of that master circus founder P. T Barnum who said “There’s a sucker born every minute.”
Unless you can verify that this transport service is authentic, best you ignore it.

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