hospital discharge transportation

 Hospital discharges

Whether discharged from a hospital or a facility, we will bring you to your home, new facility or to the airport: Orlando International Airport (MCO) or Orlando Sanford International (SFB).  

Hospital discharges involve many different people and departments. A typical discharge goes in the following manner: the doctor informs the case manager that the patient is ready for discharge; if discharged home, the case manager ensures that care and equipment is available at home; the case manager coordinates the transportation; and communicates the discharge to the patient’s nurse; the doctor signs the discharge paperwork; the nurse prepares the discharge packet for the patient, and finally, Orlando Wheelchair Transportation arrives at the patient’s room at the pre-arranged time.

A lot of coordination has to happen for a seamless discharge. To ensure a timely pickup, we call to coordinate between the hospital case manager, patients family representative or the patient themselves to avoid lengthy delays. At times, the doctor will order a last minute test incurring excessive delays or reschedule the discharge to another day. Orlando Wheelchair Transportation will arrive at the pre-arranged time. To avoid wait time or no-show fees, please communicate with us as soon as possible.