When a person is just beginning to receive dialysis treatment, self-transportation isn’t always a viable option. It may take a couple of weeks before a person adjusts to the treatment and feels ready to drive themselves to their appointments. There are several reasons why it may be a wise decision to go with a non-emergency medical transportation service if you are receiving dialysis treatment, besides being able to make it to all of the important appointments. Let’s explore a few.
For starters, it is not uncommon to feel lethargic after undergoing dialysis. Having reliable transport means you can relax and recover while a patient driver will take you home while you rest up. On that note, you may need to take care of an errand or two. With reliable transport, you can go where you need to, whether it is a social event or to do post dialysis groceries.
Non-emergency medical transportation also eases the responsibilities for friends and loved ones that may be required to miss or leave work early to take you to treatment appointments. You have the reliable means of getting to the appointment while your loved ones have the peace of mind of knowing you’re getting to where you need to go safely and professionally.
This update is by iTransport Services, a non-emergency medical transportation Miami provider for paratransit VIP needs. Our company operates throughout Miami-Dade County, offering door-to-door transportation services. We also operate in parts of Monroe County’s Upper to Middle Keys and our fleet includes a series of minivans, vans, and sedans. For more information on wheelchair accessible taxi Miami, please call 305-662-6797.