The thought of taking a patient out of their daily environment seems like a daunting task. However, quick outings are beneficial to the patient. The following is a list of suggestions to make the outing more comfortable for all involved.
Non-emergency medical transportation can be a godsend for caregivers and relatives, but it is important to ask the right questions before you sign up or make a reservation. If you are caring for an elderly or disabled family member who is no longer able to drive, getting them to their medical appointments can be a…Details
Do you want to know the services that Quickride offers? Download our Non Medical Transportation Company brochure to learn more about what we do. Questions? Contact our Quickride team members to find out. https://www.quickride.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Quickride_Tifold_Nov2018_v4.pdf Quickride is Alaska’s premier Non-emergency medical transportation. Providing the highest level of service for the elderly and disabled that need additional…Details
If you have never used it before, you might think that non-emergency medical transportation is just for the elderly and the disabled, but that is definitely not the case. No matter what your age or state of health, there are times when this unique form of transportation makes perfect sense. You do not have to…Details
For many seniors, as well as others who are dealing with chronic pain or illness, the days of hopping in a car and driving into the sunset are over. But mobility should not be seen as an either-or. Just because someone is less able-bodied than they once were, does not mean they cannot get out…Details
New dialysis patients have a lot to cope with. They need to find ways to be productive during dialysis, manage their new nutrition needs, and find reliable non-emergency medical transportation. Here are ways to deal with each of these challenges.
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The need for medical transportation is growing with every passing year. The aging of the population, the rise in chronic illnesses and the breakdown of traditional family ties have all combined to create this need, but what do these services have to offer you and your loved ones?
The use of outpatient medical procedures has expanded rapidly in recent years. Many medical procedures that were once done in hospital settings have moved into clinics and even doctor’s offices, giving patients greater freedom and flexibility and lowering costs for providers and insurance companies. These days procedures and operations that used to require a lengthy…Details