Welcome to the Non-Emergency
Medical Transportation Industry, an industry that’s literally
growing by the day. How do I know? Because the elderly
population is literally in the process of doubling and
the medical industry is experiencing huge change.
Further, I know
because I started my first company, a NEMT business in
1999. Since then, I have help and untold number of transportation
providers and entrepreneurs from all across the country
to grow, build, expand and diversify their NEMT businesses.
So what is Non-Emergency
Medical Transportation (NEMT)?
Also known as an
ambulette service, NEMT is the transportation of people
in wheelchairs, stretchers or those ambulatory who need
Do NOT be
As a non-emergency medical transportation provider, you provide a critical service that helps people in need get to their medical appointments, dialysis and treatment centers, in and out of nursing, rehab, skilled care, and assisted living facilities.
Further, your service supports and sustains the daily mission of hospitals, facilities, doctor offices, and medical centers. Without you, people in need don’t get treated, residents don’t get to appointments, and facilities can?t discharge patients.
Do not confuse this high-demand service with a common senior transportation or elderly transportation service.
Trust me, I know the internet is flooded with common information regarding “how to start a senior transportation service,” but I can assure you, I am not going to waste your time or take your money attempting to teach you something that, essentially, amounts to you simply driving for Uber or Lyft.
There is no real money-making opportunity in rideshare services because you can’t scale it with such low rates of reimbursement. To the contrary, I am going to teach you how to build a real and legitimate non-emergency medical transportation company – one with increased capacity that you can grow and scale.
And here is the absolute best part. your two niche markets, the medical industry and the elderly population, are not just growing, they are exponentially booming!
Now seriously, if
you have any kind of keen business sense then these two
statistics, the growth of the elderly population and that