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Hospice Transportation

ABBA Medical Transportation is a provider of non-emergency medical transportation services. One of our many services involves the transporting of hospice patients.

Hospice services are intended to make a person suffering from a terminal illness as comfortable and relaxed as possible. In addition to treating the person suffering from the disease, hospice services also allow family members and loved ones more time to spend with them and less time caring for them.

A hospice service may be able to work from a patient’s home, but others may require a person to be relocated to a medical facility or nursing home. ABBA Medical Transportation can help you relocate your loved ones.

A Hospice program usually offers medication and other medical treatments to help relieve a patient’s pain and discomfort but will generally medicate the patient. Hence, they are still aware and able to communicate with those around them.

ABBA Medical Transportation is committed to providing prompt service, a friendly smile, and a fleet of ambulances that will be comfortable for your loved ones, whether a hospital discharge to home, wound care, chemo, radiation, or dialysis.

At ABBA Medical Transportation, LLC, we offer:

  • Stretcher use
  • Rear heating and air conditioning for a comfortable ride
  • Fast Friendly service(s)
  • Services to Hospitals, Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living, Hospice patients, Surgical Centers, and Out-Patient Therapy, including Dialysis.
  • Wheelchair Services are also available but are not covered by Medicare

ABBA Medical is committed to recognizing that individuals and families are the true experts in their care. We support our staff so they can put our patients and families first.

Hospice services are intended to make a person suffering from a terminal illness as comfortable and relaxed as possible. In addition to treating the person suffering from the disease, hospice services also allow family members and loved ones more time to spend with them and less time caring for them. A hospice service may be able to work from a patient’s home, but others may require a person to be relocated to a medical facility or nursing home. Hospices usually offer medication and other medical treatments to relieve a patient’s pain and discomfort. However, they will generally medicate the patients, so they are still aware and able to communicate with those around them.

We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to answer any questions you may have.