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It’s a fact that there is growing demand for non-emergency patient transport services in Australia. In particular, our increasingly ageing population is expected to accelerate demand.
In 2018, CDC expanded our transport portfolio with the acquisition of one of Australia’s leading and longstanding providers of non-emergency patient transport services, National Patient Transport (NPT). CDC’s core business and specialist expertise is land transport. Whether we’re providing bus, train, taxi or non-emergency patient transport, the principles driving success remain the same. To be competitive and preferred, we need best practice transport solutions that are safe, personal and caring, integrated and sustainable.
Vital Community Transport
In Australia non-emergency patient transport plays a vital role in patient care and hospital bed management.
Non-emergency patient transport supports patients who require clinical monitoring or supervision. NPT transports patients between hospitals, from hospital to home and from home to outpatient appointments and focuses on streamlining transport to improve hospital flow and provide reliable service delivery. NPT helps patient flow. A win for hospitals. A win for patients.
NPT has a fleet of over 200 vehicles, employs more than 500 staff and supports communities across Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia.
NPT partners and clients include Ambulance Victoria, Alfred Health, Austin Hospitals, Barwon Health, Eastern Health, Epworth Group, Fiona Stanley Hospital, HealthShare NSW, Mercy Health, Monash Health, Northern Health, Peel Health Care, St John of God Health Care, Southwest Healthcare, Western District Health Service and many other leading hospitals.