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At EMA Patient Transport, we believe that secure transport services don’t have to be difficult, time-consuming or basic. We strive to provide a service that is comfortable for patients as well as creating a safe environment for travel for them.
Our bespoke mental health transport vehicles are created with the patient in mind and our fully qualified staff have various specialities meaning that we can deal with a broad range of patients.  

Why a Secure Transport Service matters

Dealing with mental health patients can be challenging and travel can often cause upset amongst various patients with it regularly being uncomfortable, stressful and potentially trauma-inducing. With a secure transport service like ours, we don’t just have the job in mind, the patient is at the centre of everything that we do.
Our professional service emphasises the importance of care and safety of patients and we have designed our transport vehicles to support this. Not only do we have the appropriate medical equipment on board to deal with potential issues, but we also include distraction materials to make the journey easier for those that need it. Patients can colour, watch movies, listen to music, all in aid of making the journey better for them to deal with.
If you’re interested in our services, you can book now or if you have any questions, please don’t be hesitant to email us on: enquiries@emapatienttransport.co.uk.

Our expertise extends to:

Conveying people detained under the Mental Health Act 1983.

Safely removing patients from hospital wards who are physically resisting and consequently need to be sectioned.

Helping approved mental health professionals to carefully remove patients from their homes who are physically resisting after being detained under the mental health act.

Efficient transfers from police custody suites to hospitals.

Comfortably transporting recumbent patients with the help of stretchers and our bespoke vehicles.

Providing a secure environment for relocations to and from prison.

Assisting with Court of Protection cases and writing transitional plans to assist social workers with the safe and secure removal of patients from their home.