L’ambulance and VSL, as private modes of transport, provide essential assistance to people who are disabled or facing urgent circumstances (i.e. accident, birth). Any costs related to healthcare transportation – be it an ambulance, regular taxi with medical aid assistance or VSL – will be covered by your health insurance provider.
Transport devices used by doctors continue to change over time and the cost of care vehicles does not decrease only quantitatively but also qualitatively. Mobility limitations of medical assistance often stem from distance restrictions between departure and arrival points – not because there is no permanent support aboard their vehicle, but rather vice versa.
However, other forms of transport will allow better medical assistance for patient transport. Conventional taxi CPAM taxis operating within the same framework as VSL services can still guarantee safe transfers even though they weren’t designed specifically to cater to this need.
L’ambulance VSL, which belongs to the category of vehicles designed for medical transport, stands out among other modes in several ways, including fees. First and foremost, she must only be used for medical reasons with prior written prescription from a doctor and comply with comfort and security regulations set out by them; she is then reimbursed by Social Security.
Additionally to providing medical services aboard transportation vehicles, VSL ambulances also contain a first aid bag which enables passengers to easily access any essential materials in times of urgent need.