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     Contact:
 Case Management Program
 Snow Hill Health Center 
 
 Phone: 410-632-0092
 
 Cost: Free for eligible consumers.
altMedical Assistance Transportation (MA Transportation) transports Medicaid recipients to medically necessary appointments or Non Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT).

 

 






MA Transportation transports Medicaid recipients to medically necessary appointments locally and to facilities outside of the tri-county area in certain circumstances.

This service is provided by the Case Management Program.


How to access services:

 

Contact the MA Transportation Office to complete a short eligibility interview over the phone. Provide staff with your appointment and the most efficient means of transportation that is available will be provided. Aside from our in-house drivers we utilize taxi services, ambulances (wheelchair and stetcher) and buses to transport clients.

To schedule transportation please contact: 410-632-0092.
Hours of operation: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Emergency Transportation
Interfaith Caregivers: 410-352-5382

Telamon Corporation
(Migrant and Seasonal farm workers only): 410-546-4604

Medical Transport
American Cancer Society (Cancer patients only): 800-227-2345

Disabled American Veterans – Auxiliary
Chapter #34 (Veterans only): 410-546-8764

SSTAP -- Specilized State Transportation
Assistance Program: 443-260-2300

Public Transportation
Ocean City Transportation Department: 410-723-1606

SHORE UP! -- Transportation Assistance Program
(transports Head Start students only): 410-749-1142

Shore Transit : 443-260-2300


State of Maryland MA Transportation Website: 
http://mmcp.dhmh.maryland.gov/communitysupport/SitePages/ambulance.aspx 

Last Updated on Monday, 11 June 2012 12:18
 
 

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