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Care Transport

24-hour nonemergency room-to-room transport, including from hospital to home, for ambulatory and nonambulatory patients. Same-day service available; reservations preferred at least 24 hours in advance. info@caretransport.us, caretransport.us

4180 Packard [map]
Office (734) 434-6786, dispatch (734) 216-4231


Huron Valley Ambulance

Emergency medical services throughout Washtenaw County. Nonemergency ambulance available for medically necessary transports. Wheelchair transportation available for seniors and those with physical disabilities. Member Care membership program covers out-of-pocket costs for emergency transports. communityrelations@emergenthealth.org, hva.org

1200 State Cir. [map]
(734) 994-4111


MedSync Transportation & Services

Provides personal and shared nonemergency medical transportation in southeast Michigan, offering same-day services and extended transportation requests to the entire state of Michigan and neighboring states. Wheelchair-accessible vehicles. contact@medsts.com, medsynctransportation.com

2035 Hogback, ste. 103 [map]
(734) 646-8846




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