LifeLine Transporation Services

We pride ourselves on exceeding our clients' expectations in every phase of our service. Whether you need one-time transportation or a long-term schedule, we can accommodate you. Our goal is to provide patients, their family members and aides with safe, affordable and dependable transportation.

Lifeline Transportation is not a door-to-door service like some transportation companies, we make sure all of our patients are escorted into their home of destination. For patients going to a facility we make sure our patients are taken into the facility, and a nurse or someone working for the facility knows that our patient is there before we leave, we also make sure a faculty member signs our employee log before we leave the facility. We do this for your loved ones safety.

Non-Emergency Medical Vehicles

Our Vans
  • Equipped with Braun hydraulic wheelchair lifts
  • 4 point wheelchair tie downs
  • Shoulder and lap belts
  • Raised roofs and doors
  • Will hold up to 2 wheelchairs
  • Additional seating for family members or caregivers
  • Equipped with a spare wheelchair for client use
  • Extra blankets upon request for client comfort
All Vehicles
  • Custom-Built to pass American Disability Act (ADA) Regulations
  • Fully insured
  • Serviced regularly
  • Equipped With First Aid Kits
  • Cleaned Daily
  • Climate controlled
  • Nextel Direct Connect phones which are directly connected with our dispatch center
  • Inspected by DMV on a regular basis


  • Wheelchair  For disabled or wheelchair using individuals in need of transportation to a medical appointment. Lifeline Transportation supplies non-emergency Wheelchair Van transportation. For a fraction of the cost of an ambulance transport, our Wheelchair Van service allows our clients to be conveniently transported to and from medical appointments. Plus, you'll find the comfort in knowing that all of our Wheelchair Van vehicles are ADA approved and staffed with trained professionals.
  • Ambulatory Transportation Lifeline also provides Non-medical transportation for clients that are able to walk on their own or with driver's assistance. Lifeline Transportation will take disabled clients anywhere they desire, whether there is a medical appointment, social events, or any other location our clients wish to travel
  • Baker Act The Florida Mental Health Act, Chapter 394, Florida Statutes (commonly known as the Baker Act). The Baker Act provides the procedures for a person to seek help from the court when a friend or family member suffers from a mental illness. Lifeline Transportation provides transportation for their clients in secure vehicles to hospitals, emergency rooms and mental health receiving facilities. These transport services are provided locally and long distance for these clients
  • Marchman Act Chapter 397, Florida Statutes, the Hal S. Marchman Alcohol and other Drug Services Act of 1993 (commonly known as the Marchman Act). The Marchman Act deals with many aspects of alcohol and drug abuse. Lifeline Transportation provides transportation for these clients in secure vehicles to detoxification services, non-residential day treatment centers, outpatient services, peri-natal addition programs, homeless assistance and prevention and outreach centers.

NEMT Services

  • Doctors Appointments
  • Physical Therapy
  • Treatment Centers
  • Dialysis Centers
  • Outpatient Surgery
  • Social Outings
  • Airports
  • Shopping
  • Grocery Store
  • Prescription Drug Pick-Up
  • Dental Appointments
  • Optometrist Visits
  • Hospital Checkout
  • Emergency Room Pick-up
  • Religious Services
  • Restaurants
Local & Long Distance Transportation

Quality Pledge

Lifeline Transportation has a strict policy with our employees when it comes to our patient’s safety:

  • We do not tolerate drug or alcohol use at all.
  • All employees drug tested
  • All employees are required to have a criminal background check before hiring.
  • We will not tolerate unprofessionalism with our patients, patient’s family members, or medical staff.
  • We require that the vehicle be cleaned inside daily
  • Employees are to have their personal cell phones turn off while with a patient or inside a facility.
  • Employees are required to notify an officer of Lifeline Transportation Service if they were injured or in an accident immediately