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About the DDMT Subsidized Transportation Fund
Over the course of its 6-year history, DD MedTrans has been a leader in providing Non-Emergency Medical Transportation services to a wide array of clients. We specialize in hard to fill requests that often require going the extra mile to ensure both the patient and the customer get the best service at the lowest cost.
In recent years, we have seen an increase in ride requests that involve under/non-insured patients who have no other options for getting to their rehab or medical appointments. Often, these requests pass through multiple hands before they are finally acted on, resulting in delays for badly needed services. In the cases of veterans, whether wounded or otherwise in need of transportation support, we feel that missing or delaying a much-needed appointment due to the lack of funds or resources is unacceptable.
To address this need, we have established the DDMT Subsidized Transportation Fund with its own, segregated bank account to facilitate the medical transportation of disadvantaged clients, regardless of their ability to pay. We have partnered with several organizations to raise, administer and deploy these funds as a community service.
On the fulfillment side, we work with our network of over 50,000 providers to identify ways to reduce costs to allow the money raised for this purpose to go as far as possible.
DD Med Trans stepped in and assisted when I couldn’t find any assistance for my mom. She had recently had a knee surgery and insurance would not cover her non emergency transportation via stretcher to dialysis. We had exhausted all avenues, as others would only transport via wheelchair and she would have to wheel herself. I began to do a quick search on google for some sort of insurance/relief to assist with transportation and that’s where I found DDMT. I submitted a quick application and was contacted a few hours later. Mark and his team are extremely nice, they assured me they would do what they could to raise funds. Although they were only able to offer assistance for only a few weeks, it was definitely appreciated. My mom was able to get to and from dialysis with no issues. That allowed me a bit of a break, as my husband and I were the only ones making sure she got to dialysis via car as safely as we could. I am extremely grateful for them and everything they do!
– Nesha Alexander