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Transportation Network Directory for People with Disabilities and Adults 50+

Medical Assistance Transportation Program (PDF)

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240-777-5890 (Eligibility)
240-777-5899 (Scheduling - Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)
Provides transportation services for Medical Assistance (Medicaid) recipients who reside in Montgomery County, and need transportation to access medically necessary services. This program is a non-emergency medical transportation program that transports Medicaid patients, who have no other means of transportation, to medically necessary appointments only. Transportation is provided by local cab companies and selected vendors that have accessible vehicles, stretcher and ambulance service. Transportation may be scheduled up to seven days in advance and requests must be made no later than 12:00 p.m. on the working day before transportation is required.
Eligibility: The criteria for eligibility include the stipulation that the patient must reside in Montgomery County; have a certified medical necessity that prevents him/her from utilizing public transportation; and/or resides in a rural city within the County and has absolutely no means of getting to medical appointments. Proof of residency is required. The Maryland State Department of Health requires medical certification for all recipients. The recipient must demonstrate that they have no other available transportation, or that they are physically unable to utilize other existing transportation services. To be certified for participation in the program, each recipient must have their physician complete a Provider Certification form. Applications are available online at:

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