Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)

​You can receive free transportation to non-emergency medical appointments if you qualify for our Non-Emergency Medical Assistance Transportation (NEMT) program. It’s important for your health to go to scheduled medical appointments with your providers.

To qualify for NEMT, you must:

  • live in Carroll County
  • have Medical Assistance (MA)
  • have no other means of transportation

NEMT is not for emergencies. If you have an emergency, please call 911.

NEMT Brochure.pdf

See How to Get Services below for information on how you can register for NEMT and schedule rides.

For more information about NEMT program, visit the Maryland Department of Health’s Division of Community Support Services page.

Rule regarding overnight transportation: Transportation will no longer be available for ambulatory riders (people who can walk) between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. For details, please read this Facility Letter on Contractual Changes.pdf.​

​Gas Reimbursement for Friends and Family:​

If you have a friend or family member who can take you to your appointments, they may be eligible for gas reimbursement. They MUST register with our office before they can receive reimbursement. Call 410-876-4813 for more details.

Other Transportation Resources:

Carroll Transit System, operated by Ride With Us, offers six routes called TrailBlazers, that are open to the public. For more information, visit Trailblazer routes and schedules

Additional resources: Carroll County Transportation Resources

For Health Care Providers and Facilities:

If you are a medical provider or facility representative and need to schedule transportation for your MA patient, please read the information below.