Travel with Medical Conditions
What Medical Conditions do you Specialize in?
Our care team and specialty vehicle is perfect for the elderly in frail condition, dementia, and those with a past history of strokes / TIAs. The comfortable beds (ie stretcher) allow for those with spinal issues to relax in a fully lay flat position.
We can take these medical conditions via medical transport
Recent heart attack or stroke (or history of)
Oxygen Tanks / Shallow Breathing
Severe sinus, ear, or nose infections
Swelling of the brain caused by bleeding, injury, or infection
Severe chronic respiratory diseases, breathlessness at rest, or a collapsed lung
Sickle cell disease
Psychotic illness when fully controlled
Have had a recent stomach, eye, or head injury
medical conditions we cannot transport
Any condition that requires life support
Pregnancy in the third trimester
Will be taking a baby less than 48 hours (2 days) old
Have recently had any type of surgery, especially stomach, brain, eye, or orthopedic (bone and joint) surgery. Check with your doctor to see when it is safe for you to travel.
Any disease that you can easily spread to other people (For a listing of infectious diseases, how they are spread, and how long someone is contagious, see Understand How Infectious Diseases Are Spread.)
Have a fever of 100° F (38° C) or greater and show other symptoms