Will Someone Please Pick Me Up?
There are two scenarios that make it difficult to get home. The first is when you have been in the hospital and you need to get home from the hospital and the second is after a visit to the emergency room. The problem is the departure time is never really planned. If you are lucky you have someone willing to wait around all day at the hospital until the main side or the ER get their acts together to discharge you. Often, no one has time to sit at the hospital and wait for you to be “officially discharged”. This can be a huge hassle because they might tell you to have your family member pick you up at 10 a.m. but often they are not ready to release you until the clock strikes midnight or so it seems. It is always best to hire professional medical transportation and you don’t have to worry about putting anyone out.
First, the doctor has to decide on a course of action and once that is followed through on. Next, it is up to the nurses to decide that it is time for you to leave. Then the doctor has to officially make his presence known by visiting one last time and signing off on the papers. Lastly, the nurse completes the stack of paperwork and it is time for you to go. At this point, if there was someone sitting by your side they probably said, “Forget this, I will be back.” So the better suggestion is to call a medical non-emergency transporter to take you home.
By this point, nothing sounds better than being back in your own bed. Well, transporters exist to do just that, they get you home when there is no one else to help or when you simply don’t feel like asking another person to help you. It is a fantastic solution to all of your problems. You have probably already gone to dial the phone to get a transporter to come get you, but in case you are still reading this, there is another scenario just as bad. Like was previously mentioned a trip to the ER is definitely another case where transporters come in handy for you to get home safely.
See, here is the problem with ER’s, usually when you are going there you don’t realize it. Often it really is some kind of horrible (hopefully not) emergency and no one knows you are even at the hospital. So you can’t get a hold of someone to tell them you broke your leg which means you are stuck. You don’t want to sit there all day, after all, is said and done, you want to go home and rest, but the one time you need to go home no one will answer the phone. Isn’t that just the way it always seems to works? Well, what are you waiting for? Call a medical transporter and get yourself home!