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non emergency medical vehicle driving jobs in NYC

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grkpektis
11 Rider Driver
 Posted 2 years, 10 months ago

I still drive for Uber, Juno and Lyft, but recently I signed up for Agape non emergency medical vehicle driving job, they're like Uber but they pay more because the passengers medical insurance pays for the trip not the passengers.  Are there any other companies that are similar medical driving jobs or voucher based jobs that let you drive your own car make your own hours and that pays more than Uber, Lyft, etc.  I am currently look into "best deal car service" that is also a non emergency medical vehicle driving job but I don't know how much they pay yet.

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    GrearORD
    19
     2 years ago

    I drive UberX in Orlando and we actually get quite a number of requests from hospitals, nursing homes, etc, e.g. non-emergency medical rides.  It's rather very lucrative, except the drop-offs and pickups take a bit longer.  I have memorized these locations like the back of my hand, as they are GREAT places to go during slower times, say midday.10AM~2PM.  Basically, when it isn't busy at other locations, it's busy there.   

    Old people travel when young people don't.

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    SteffGart24
    145 Driver
     2 years ago

    Yeah, I have heard that non-emergency medical drivers is a hot thing right now.  Don't you need special licensing, experience, and training as you will be treating elderlies and patients?  I looked into it a few years ago, but I gave up because it seemed a bit complex.

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      grkpektis
      OP 11 Rider Driver
       2 years ago

      No all I needed was a TLC license and car

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    Bigfrank
    444 Driver Driver Rider
     2 years ago

    Is agape a contract broker ? A

    Olot of them are theives when it comes to paying the driver.You should know how much you will be paid per mile ,the graduity, and for no shows and cancellations.Also have them put it in writing in the event that you may have to sue to payment missing.