FOR OVER 35 YEARS SETTING THE STANDARD IN THEMEDICAL TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY
Dedication to safety and service has made Metro Transportation the preferred choice for medical transportation in the Greater Rochester area. The concept of non-emergency medical transportation service has existed for only 40 years. Being the first recognized provider in the region, Metro Trans has set the industry standard for all others to follow.
The commitment to excellence has compelled Metro Transportation to raise the expectation of what quality medical transportation truly is
With Metro Transportation you can expect:
I wish that I could make every appointment my mother has, but life doesn’t always work that way.
It’s such a comfort to know that I have Metro Transportation to fill in the gaps.
Getting to medical appointments can be stressful enough, but dealing with winters in the Northeast, it gets dark early and the roads can be treacherous.Metro takes the driving concerns off of our plate and what a relief that is.
-Wilson & Phoebe
Health Problems that Worsen in Warm Weather
While most of us are quite happy that a long winter is on its way out (and taking its sweet time about it!), there are also some health issues that tend to worsen as the temperatures rise. Awareness of these conditions and a few preventive measures may help to lessen their severity and allow you…
Hiring Medical Transportation Might Be Easier Than You Think
Ensuring that a loved is being cared for when they can no longer fully care for themselves is a daunting task. It can seem nearly impossible to give another individual the assistance they deserve while still taking time to prioritize yourself once in a while. While transporting your loved ones might feel like a job…
Spring Driving Safety
Spring is upon us, so naturally, it means better driving conditions, right? Yes and no. While the very serious hazards of icy roads, whiteouts, and frozen auto parts will lessen now that the winter is on its way out, the spring brings a new set of challenges. We’re certainly not saying that you shouldn’t fully…