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Ground Medical Transportation

Atlantic Mobile Health boasts a fleet of vehicles designed to transport patients with a wide range of needs

Mobility Assistance Vehicles (MAVs):

For patients that can sit in a wheelchair and do not require a stretcher during transport.

Basic Life Support (BLS):

For patients that cannot sit in a wheelchair unattended and require a stretcher for the duration of the transport, as well as the care of an EMT.

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Advanced Life Support (ALS):

This service is dispatched after a call has been placed to 911 for a patient that requires care above and beyond the assistance of an EMT. Two Paramedics staff this type of transport.

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Specialty Care Transport Unit (SCTU):

For the most acutely ill or injured patients who require the highest level of licensure an ambulance provider can obtain from the NJ Department of Health and senior services (DOHSS). A critical care nurse and two EMTs staff this type of interfacility transport, resulting in superior patient care.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Transport:

Specialty transport for premature babies and newborns who need to be transferred to a hospital with a neonatal intensive care unit. The NICU truck is equipped with an isolette, and patients are transported with a Physician/Nurse Practitioner and two EMTs.

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) Transport:

Specialty transport for children under the age of 18 who need to be transferred to a hospital with a pediatric intensive care unit. Patients are transported with two EMTs and a Registered Nurse.

Bariatric Transport:

Bariatric Services is a specific type of transport available for patients who require transport, but the traditional stretchers and equipment is not suitable or safe for their specific needs and comfort.