Types of Care

Types of Care

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Cardiac arrhythmias. These heartbeat irregularities such as atrial fibrillation can cause palpitations, a sudden drop in blood pressure that can lead to unconsciousness, stroke and even sudden cardiac arrest. In 2009, 543,000 adults over the age of 65 were hospitalized for an irregular heartbeat.

Congestive heart failure. In 2009, 751,000 adults over 65 entered the hospital for congestive heart failure. Why so prominent? One reason is that people are living longer with heart disease, which over time damages or weakens the heart muscle, which can lead to heart failure — the heart’s inability to pump well.

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). In 2008, 822,500 people with COPD, age 40 and over, entered a hospital. Smoking is the primary culprit behind COPD, an umbrella term that encompasses emphysema and chronic bronchitis.

Coronary atherosclerosis. In 2009, 753,000 adults over 45 were hospitalized for coronary atherosclerosis, or a blockage of blood flow to the heart from the build-up of fatty plaque. That could cause a heart attack, resulting in heart damage, or simply chest pain from lessened blood flow that hasn’t yet led to permanent damage.

Diabetes. In 2009, 655,000 adults entered the hospital because of diabetes. Being overweight, inactive and age 45 and older are three prominent risk factors for type 2, or adult-onset, diabetes. Common reasons for hospitalization due to diabetes include strokes, heart attacks, ulcers and dehydration from elevated blood sugar levels.

Infection. Pneumonia is the most common infection (see below) but urinary tract infections are common as well. For Americans over age 85, there were 137,000 hospitalizations for urinary tract infections in 2009 and 148,000 for septicemia — blood poisoning from bacteria.

Medication problems. Drug reactions of some sort led to 1.9 million hospital stays in 2008. Medications most commonly involved: corticosteroids, blood thinners, sedatives and sleep aids.

Pneumonia. Pneumonia caused 886,000 admissions in 2009. As we age, our waning immune system makes us more vulnerable to both bacterial and viral pneumonia. Other conditions like diabetes, stroke and flu can predispose you to pneumonia as well.

Stroke. In 2008, there were 892,300 hospitalizations for stroke or other conditions related to blood vessels in the brain. When blood flow is cut off to part of the brain — because of a clot in an artery or a blood vessel that burst — the result is a stroke, which kills brain cells and can lead to death.

Dialysis- Care for problems that require 3 visits a week.

 

 

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You must pay in advance no exceptions. Your insurance can pay you back.

85.00 Each way is paid by credit card. We would then like you to make a claim on your insurance to get paid back.

yes, you can just ask in advance.

In most markets, direct billing is not available. However, in certain situations and depending on frequency and volume of use it may be possible to provide. You will need to call the individual market for further details and availability. Most of the time we would accept a check in advance for several moves.843-655-5550

No we can not please call 911.

We are part of the largest US network of NEMT .

Yes, we can go any place you want no matter how far or close.

Yes, we would never leave anyone.

Yes, we do as long as they pay first with a credit card or check. Then submit your payment to your credit card company.

We understand your plans may change, so we offer a very simple cancellation policy. Regardless of whether you made your reservation online, via mobile app, or by dialing our 843-655-5550 number, just give us 24 hours notice prior to your pickup time. Just let us know of your new date and plans. View the complete Cancellation policy here Terms and Conditions.

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How long have you been in business?. Since 1995

We need a 3 working day notice to fit you in. We will try with less of a notice but it usually is not enough time.

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Then you would choose Non Ambulatory for your ride and pay first by credit card.

With a stretcher yes with a wheelchair no.

No, you must use a stretcher. We can maybe help you with a step or 2 but you should be outside waiting in the wheelchair.

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You pay on a credit card first, then you are paid back by your insurance in most cases.

24/7 email [email protected]  . The fax Number is 800-860-1635. Phone is 843-655-5550 we are located at certain hospitals with an office.

85.00 Each way is paid by credit card. We would then like you to make a claim on your insurance to get paid back.

We pick up wherever you are 24/7. Home, Office, and Doctors, and we even do things like take you to a party, church, etc. We do door-to-door service.