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Valley Medical Transport

Ambulance Service in Virginia, West Virginia & Maryland

Valley Medical Transport has been serving the members of our community since 1988. We’ve grown into an effective, professional, and advanced regional transportation system designed to meet the needs of our community using state-of-the-art emergency vehicles. Our mission is to provide fast and safe transportation to patients in our area of service while adhering to safety standards and the needs of healthcare providers.

To arrange a transport, please call our 24-hour Dispatch Center: 540-536-0082 or 800-776-4067.

Area Served by Valley Medical Transport (VMT)

Our transportation service serves clients throughout 17 counties in the states of Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia. This allows our ambulances to dispatch immediately and reach a patient fast in the event of an emergency. Our Central Dispatch Center is based in Winchester, Virginia.

We have stations located in strategic areas throughout the area we serve:

  • Winchester, VA
  • Woodstock, VA
  • Front Royal, VA
  • Romney, WV
  • Martinsburg, WV
  • Keyser, WV

Our Dedicated Team Is Here to Serve You

The services that Valley Medical Transport provides includes:

  • Basic Life Support (BLS) ambulances staffed by highly qualified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT)
  • Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulances staffed by Intermediate and Paramedic level ALS providers
  • Specialty Care Transport
  • Wheelchair Van Transport

Our staff members are highly trained, experienced, caring, and knowledgeable. Our extensive training allows us to serve our patients with excellence and to provide individualized support on a case-by-case basis for our patients. We work with each patient’s caretaker and / or family members as well as doctors to ensure continuity of care.

Will My Insurance Cover Ambulance / Wheelchair Van Services?

Medicare and Medicaid, along with most major insurance providers, do cover the ambulance services provided by Valley Medical Transport when medically required. Insurance carriers have different standards when determining “medical necessity,” and each case will be reviewed independently by the patient’s carrier. Most forms of insurance, along with Medicare, do not cover wheelchair van transportation. State Medicaid programs do, in most cases, cover wheelchair van transportation. Our staff at Valley Health can answer your questions about insurance and billing.