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Join us July 12. 2023 for this HIRING EVENT for First Line Transport.  It will run from 10-2pm here at the center and representatives will be onsite to answer your questions!

Here is a little more information for those interested…

Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Drivers Job Description 

  • Leverage standard maps or the GPS to find short and safe routes to destinations. ● Drive assigned vehicles along predetermined routes, and guarantee the safety and well-being of all onboard. 
  • Carry out pre-trip inspections on assigned vehicles to validate that they are in good working order. 
  • Make vehicles ready for transport by ensuring that patients’ sitting and lying down areas are cleared. 
  • Help medical staff members ensure patients get on board the van or transit, and also verify that they are properly strapped in. 
  • Take instructions from dispatch teams concerning destinations and timelines, and make sure both are taken into account when making deliveries of transports. 
  • Help members of the medical staff in unloading patients, samples, and documents in a safe manner. 
  • Always give updates to dispatch units in terms of the status of deliveries and transports. ● Verify that assigned vehicles are properly parked in their assigned areas/spots at the end of the shift. 
  • Carry out both preventative and regular maintenance on assigned vans. ● Provide supervisors with information on any issues or problems that may surface during regular vehicle checkups. 
  • Education and Qualifications for Medical Transportation Drivers 
  • Although every state has specific qualifications for medical transportation drivers, here are the most common education and experience requirements for medical transportation drivers in the United States. 


  • Drivers are expected to hold a currently valid driver’s license. 

Physical Requirements: 

  • Ability to lift, push, pull, and position patients. Should be able to lift up to 100 lbs. without assistance. 
  • Exposure to a wide range of weather conditions. 
  • Ability to carry out considerable reaching, stooping, and bending. 
  • Hearing and vision abilities should be within the normal range to drive safely and to observe and communicate with patients.