Our patient transport service (PTS) offers non emergency transport to the NHS and other health care centres. We have experienced staff on hand to provide transport for patients who are unable to travel on public transport. Our staff are trained to support the various mobility needs of each patient. Our PTS vehicles are adapted to make the patient’s journey to and from hospital as comfortable as possible. The fleet vehicles are routinely safety checked and kept clean so that the passenger has a carefree transfer.
Our non emergency patient transport service (PTS) provides a much needed service to the NHS and other private hospitals to ensure the patients arrive calm and on time for their appointments. We pride ourselves on being compassionate, understanding and helpful when the patient is in our care, which sets us apart from some of our competitors.
All staff are first aid trained and are trained to use and carry Automated External Defibrillator (AED) devices in their vehicles.
Patient Transport for patients needing to be transferred by stretcher
Medical Support UK provide a non emergency patient transport service for patients needing to be transferred by stretcher to appointments, inter hospital transfers and discharges to their home address or place of residence. Our dedicated team ensure a reliable, safe service throughout and care for each patients needs individually.
Patient Transport for patients needing to be transferred by wheelchair.
Medical Support UK’s vehicles enables wheelchair users to be transferred in their wheelchair to appointments, inter hospital transfers and discharges to their home address or place or residence. It is important to us to provide a trustworthy service to the community which accommodates the various methods of transport.
Medical Support UK have the ability to transfer bariatric patients for inter hospital transfers, whether they are attending an appointment or they are discharged from hospital to their home address or place of residence. A full risk assessment is carried out and we will send a member of staff to assess your home address for access requirements if needed. Our staff understand some patients may feel unsettled and worried about transport and are there to reassure and work as a team to deliver a safe, dignified and timely transfer.