Special needs transportation service
For profit business
A non-emergency medical transportation service provider. Provides dully escorted door to door service with care for ambulatory, wheelchair and gurney patients. Service are provided to and from residence and all medical and nursing facilities. Medical Appointments, Hospital Admission and Discharges, Dialysis Treatment, Radiation Therapy, Physical Therapy, Social Events and much more....
Describe the mission of your organization.
We provide non-emergency medical transportation for disable. We provide the access to the world for them. We make sure they get to their life sustain appointments, for treatment, diagnostic and medication. We will make sure to accommodate each and everyone to get transportation for vaccine for our immune compromised patients.
In which areas of Los Angeles will you be directly working?
- San Fernando Valley
What is the problem that you are seeking to address?
To provide safe and reliable disable and special needs non-emergency medical transportation. To make sure patients are able to get medical care that they need. To make sure they are able to get to and from their medical appointments with reliable specialty transportation.
Describe the project, program, or initiative that this grant will support to address the problem identified.
To provide non-emergency medical transportation from disable patients. To insure they get to and from their medical appointments with appropriate mode of transportation. To provide door though door assisted transportation. This will insure they will get necessary medical treatment in a timely manner.
In what stage of innovation is this project, program, or initiative?Applying a proven model or solution to a new issue or sector (e.g., using a job recruiting software or strategy to match clients to supportive housing sites, applying demonstrated strategies from advocating for college affordability to advocating for housing affordability and homelessness, etc.)
Approximately how many people will be impacted by this project, program, or initiative?
- Direct impact
- Indirect impact
Describe how Los Angeles County will be different if your work is successful.
This will insure that patient will not go to emergency room. This will insure that they get their medication and preventive treatment. This will insure less patients will be hospitalized or will need emergency services. This will insure they will get their life sustained treatment like dialysis and radiation treatment as prescribed by their physician. The non emergency medical transportation is the vital service for disable, seniors, and people with disabilities that need special transportation. This patients without transportation are unable to keep their medical appointments.
What evidence do you have that this project, program, or initiative is or will be successful, and how will you define and measure success?
The measure of success is each trip. Each time we transport patient to their medical appointments is the success because patient is getting medical attention they need.
Which of the live metrics will you impact?
- Healthcare access
- Access to mental health services
- Older adult well-being
Indicate any additional LA2050 goals your project will impact.
- LA is the healthiest place to CONNECT
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