Transportation Services

Medicaid can provide transportation to and from a medical service that is covered by Medicaid.   Examples of transportation services include a taxi ride to an appointment with your doctor and an ambulance ride to the hospital in an emergency.

The transportation you use must be the least expensive type of transportation available that meets your medical needs. Medicaid does not cover transportation-related charges, including parking fees, tolls, meals, or lodging for either members or their escorts.

If you have further questions regarding transportation services, contact your health plan. You can find important phone numbers in the contact us section of this website.