Non-Emergency Patient Transport

NPT is one of the leading non-emergency patient transport operators, serving communities across three states.

NPT Ambulance

We Know Non-Emergency Patient Transport

StretcherOver 200,000 Transfers Each Year
Patient Transfer210 Vehicles
Leadership Employee Team760 staff

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PerthMandurahMilduraWarrnamboolHamiltonMelbourneSeymourKilmoreGeelongSwan HillSheppartonWangarattaWodongaBenallaNewcastleGosfordSydneyAlbury

Albury | Benalla | Geelong | Gosford | Hamilton | Kilmore | Newcastle | Mandurah| Mildura | Melbourne | Perth | Seymour | Shepparton | Sydney | Swan Hill | Wangaratta | Warrnambool | Wodonga

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.

For more information, please visit NPT’s website.

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 210 vehicles, employs more than 760 staff and supports communities across Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia.

Our team provide patient transport services 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year with patient care, safety and meeting the needs of customers amongst our highest priorities. We also operate the NPT High Acuity Transport Service (HATS) which has transferred acute patients under the care of Critical Care Registered Nurses since 2005.

Through NPT HEART, the training division of NPT, we also deliver high quality nationally accredited qualification programs.

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