An ambulance VSL or taxi offering medical transport upon receipt of a valid prescription can provide reliable transport when your health and physical ability allow seated journeys. They may be used for hospital emergency appointments, depositions from external medicine clinics, as well as return trips or for health related operations such as returning home, opening of clinics outside country borders and/or repatriement of patient health data.
VSL vehicles, commonly referred to as health transporters, are ideal for medical transport of sick patients and people with reduced mobility as well as those participating in urgent treatments with the aim of becoming independent again. This activity typically includes an in-car medical team including veterinarian assistants providing initial care aboard the vehicle as well as its driver who holds an DEA (Diplome d’Etat d’Ambulancier) license.
Are You Wanting to be an Ambulancier VSL? In order to become one, certain requirements of access and aptitude need to be fulfilled: having had your driver’s license for more than 3 years; complying with vaccinations against Hepatitis B, Diphterie and Tetanus as mandated by your state; holding onto an insured certificate; transporting a medical emergency kit bag, performing medical evaluations in person and getting your DEA/CCA License or permit are among those requirements that need be fulfilled in order to establish one. The establishment of an ambulancier VSL service requires significant initial investments above those necessary in establishing conventional taxi services – initially.