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Pinellas County (727) 586-2811
Hillsborough County (813) 540-3333
VA (727) 585-6486
Bradenton / Sarasota (941) 364-5151
Collier/Charlotte/Lee Counties (239) 337-2222
Central Florida (863) 607-6070


Pinellas County (727) 532-6273
Hillsborough County (813) 999-0459
Bradenton / Sarasota  (941) 363-3050
Collier/Charlotte/Lee Counties (239) 332-1725

At Wheelchair Transport Service, we make it not only affordable but convenient to pay for transportation. We accept all major credit cards, cash or check. If you are interested in opening an account with us, please fill out the credit application and return it to us and one of our billing associates will contact you. You may qualify for one of several programs that will pay for your transportation.

Call us directly at 727-586-2811 by 5:00 PM the day before the ride to make a reservation.  Client co-pay is $4.00 each way to be paid to our Driver.

Call Pinellas County's broker at 727-545-2100 at least 72 business hours prior to your appointment time.

Please request Wheelchair Transport Service as your provider of choice.

If Client is being discharged from a Hospital or requires urgent care, the 72-hour rule may be waiver. In Pinellas once approved, there is no cost to the Client for Medicaid Transportation.

Unfortunately Medicare does not reimburse for wheelchair transportation. However, please use as a resource to help find a program that may help offset the cost of your transportation.

If a Client is residing in a Nursing Home 7 is enrolled in a "Nursing Home based Evercare Program" he or she may be eligible to receive wheelchair transportation at no cost. Evercare trips may be called directly to Wheelchair Transport Service at 727-586-2811.

Call Wheelchair Transport Service directly at 727-586-2811 in Pinellas County or 239-337-2222 in Ft Myers and Southwest Florida or Manatee and Sarasota call 941-364-5151 Trips are based on mileage, so please call one of our associates for a rate quote. Discounts may be available for clients who use our services on a repetitive basis.

Call your insurance provider directly for prior authorization and be sure to please have them call Wheelchair Transport Service for your transportation needs.

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