Medical Transportation

Be confident your patient will reach their destination safely, comfortably and on-time.

We make the process of organizing medical transportation as simple and secure as possible. We understand how important it is to make sure your patient is being transported by caring, compassionate experts.

We take care of every detail with the care we treat our passengers, so you can be confident your patient will reach their destination safely, comfortably on-time and, most of all, well cared for. Secure Transportation passengers enjoy outstanding service from the first contact with reservation planning until the final destination is reached.

Our Transportation Services Include:

  • Managed care solutions
  • PACE program management
  • Dedicated shuttle service
  • Physician appointments
  • Dialysis and chemotherapy treatment
  • Injured worker transportation
  • Stretcher Service
4-Door Hybrid Sedan

4-Door Hybrid Sedan

Ford Fusion hybrids are our sedan of choice. They have enough interior room for the comfortable transport of one or two passengers, and boast 40 plus miles per gallon.

4-Door Hybrid Sedan

Minivans

Minivans are the perfect choice for economical ground transportation of one to four passengers.

Larger Capacity Vans

Larger Capacity Vans

These vans can transport up to 15 passengers. Some are equipped to accommodate wheelchair-bound passengers, and many of these vehicles are part of our Green Fleet Project.

Motor Coaches

Motor Coaches

For groups as large as 53 passengers, these late-model motor coaches are perfect for transfers and longer trips. On-board restrooms are available on all our high capacity buses, and are available for 29-39 passenger vehicles upon request. Some are equipped to accommodate wheelchair-bound passengers.

Car Service Stories

Why We Do It

I was waiting for my passenger at a clinic. Suddenly people started yelling “code blue!” People were scrambling about, passing through double doors into the dialysis unit. There, on the floor, was my passenger, going into cardiac arrest, dying. A doctor performed CPR and got him going. The patient came to, looked past all the people hovering over him, and locked eyes with me. He smiled. I got the chills. Goosebumps. I realized there was more to my job than just driving. Every act is an offering of compassion, a duty to serve and protect our passengers.

– Gerard Linsmeier