Ambulettes Non Emergency Medical Trasportation – Best Business To Start?

Ambulettes is the best work from home business I’ve come across in a long time. I’ll make my case by giving you five reasons I think this is such a great opportunity.

– Low start-up costs. You can start a non emergency medical transportation service with nothing but a used ambulette, a cell phone, and one driver. If you drive the van yourself, then you have no labor costs.
– Non emergency medical transportation is recession-proof. This is a vital service within a community. I don’t like to be negative, but there will always be sick people. It’s an unfortunate reality of life. In every town, there are disabled people. There will always be people in wheelchairs and those who can only be transported on stretchers. These folk will always have doctor’s appointments they need to get to. The U.S. government recognizes this need and provides a Medicaid benefit to pay for it.
– This is a business with a growing customer base. Simple demographics will bear this out. Our population is growing older. An aging population will tend to produce more people with special needs.
– An ambulette service is an easy business to run if you like to drive. An ambulette provides door-to-door transportation for people who usually cannot walk. The driver takes the client out of the hospital or nursing home (or wherever they happen to be)and puts them into the van. He or she then drives the client to their destination and, unlike a taxi, takes them into the building and makes sure they are where they are supposed to be before leaving. This is what differentiates ambulettes from taxi cabs.
– No special education is required. You do not have to have a degree to run a non emergency medical transportation business. There is no expensive training you have to go through. You do not have to have a medical background as you will not be providing medical services. A valid driver’s license and a clean driving record are all you really need.

I know I said I would give five reasons, but I’m going to throw in one more to make my case rock solid.

– High income potential. I researched two ambulette services near my home. One generates approximately $101,000 per year in revenue with one employee. The other generates about $156,000 per year with two employees. The overhead for these services is low (you’re starting with just one van which you can park in your driveway) so a good portion of their revenue goes straight into the owner’s pocket.

This is what makes ambulettes the best work from home business I’ve found in a long time.

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