The team at MedEMS provides reliable renal transport services for kidney patients throughout the UK. Working in conjunction with NHS Trusts, private health care providers, and local authorities, we see to it that no kidney patient need miss out on vital treatment through a lack of transport opportunities.
As a leading provider of renal transport solutions, we have much to offer our clients across the country. Here is what you can expect from us:
Over 25000 kidney patients in the UK undergo dialysis treatment at their local renal unit. Most people require an average of three sessions per week. That means 312 journeys between their home and the renal unit in a given year. No wonder NHS Trusts and private health care providers alike are dependant on reliable renal transport services like ours.
Dialysis treatment can cause several side affects for the patient, including fatigue, dizziness, blood pressure, and muscle cramps. Our highly-trained ambulance staff are experienced in dealing with kidney patient exhibiting these symptoms. They have the equipment and the medical knowledge to help you should these, or any other symptoms, present themselves during the journey.
Guidance from the Dialysis Transport Working Group advises that patients should have some control over their renal transport arrangements. As professional patient transport providers, we completely support that advice. With a fleet of ambulances available across the country, we are happy to schedule your transport requirements around you and your treatment needs.
There are many reasons to choose us for your non-emergency renal transport needs. Here are some of the more common ones, based on extensive customer and patient feedback:
The drivers and staff of our renal transport ambulances are all highly-trained and fully-qualified health care professionals. They each have many years of experience in the health sector and particularly in attending to renal care patients. We ensure that our team is fully-compliant with the Fundamental Standards of the Care Quality Commission (CQC),. With who we are registered.
Being unable to attend your dialysis treatment can lead to serious complications for any kidney patient. At MedEMS we believe that lack of suitable transport provision should never be a bar to treatment. This is why our renal transport services are available for NHS Trusts, local authorities, private health care providers, and individuals.
With more and more patients undergoing renal treatment, appointments are no longer confined to regular hours. Our fleet of paramedic-led renal transport vehicles are made available around the clock for any patient that needs them. Whatever your treatment schedule, our control room will see to it that it is appropriately covered.
MedEMS is a national provider of renal transport services for dialysis patients up and down the country. Wherever you and your local renal unit are based, we can arrange a suitable renal transport solution for you. Your treatment appointments will be entered into our regular schedule and our control room will ensure your transport arrives on time, every time.