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Need recommendtions for transportation to drs appts

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Many areas have Volunteer groups that will provide transportation. The one in the town where I am you have to "register" and if you need a ride they would like 24-48 hours notice.
Some areas that provide public transportation will do a pick-up with an accessible van or bus for doctor appointments and trips to the store. Again the ride has to be pre-arranged. This is often free or reduced fare for seniors and disabled.
Then there is the simple calling a cab.

You do not say if this is a "medical transport" where a wheelchair or possibly even a gurney is needed to transport the person. If a medi-van is needed there are plenty of companies that do that check with insurance company to see if it is a covered cost.
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Also, check on Facebook. Recently I have seen two or three posts advertising Uber or Lyft-like services. And, check with local churches or senior centers as they often have volunteers who will provide rides.
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gladimhere Sep 19, 2019
How would you know if you are really getting an honest and law abiding person? I sure wouldn't try that.
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Ask doctor's office they probably know of a service.

Contact Area Agency on Aging. Great resource, they know all!
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