Items tagged with patient transport
Apr 13, 2012
For many people, our website is the first window into our company. For those who never see the website, it’s the phone call into our dispatch center that creates that first impression. If we drop the ball there, then it makes no differen...
Jan 25, 2012
Two months ago, my family and I said our final goodbyes to the strongest woman I have ever known. At 99 years old, my grandmother, affectionately known as “Gammy” expressed to her caregiver that she wanted to lie down because she was...
Aug 10, 2011
One of the most exciting elements of our industry is the constant evolution of devices, procedures, and improvements in patient care. Almost daily there are new innovations and ideas being tested and developed to improve our quality of life regar...
Sep 30, 2010
5 unusual requests from our customers and our responses to each. 1. We would like my dad to have all of the Andy Griffith Show episodes to watch from 1968, season 8. Our response: Any special snacks to go along with that? (Thank you Amazon.com) 2...
I would like to travel with my husband, who is bedridden. Is this allowed? Is there an extra charge?
Sep 17, 2010
It absolutley is allowed! We have room for one additional person to ride along with the patient if they wish. They will ride in a leather captains chair that reclines, right next to the patient. There is never any extra charge for this.
My sister is in great shape except that she is incontinent and wears diapers. Because of this, Im not comfortable taking her in my car on such a long trip across country. Can your staff accomodate her needs?
Sep 17, 2010
Yes. We change diapers, accomodate feeding tubes, continue oxygen, empty foley catheter bags, maintain eating schedules and help insure that the patient stays on their medication schedule. For patients with restrictive diets (pureed, soft, diabeti...