This question was answered on Sun 06, Feb 2011 11:04pm by Dr Anant Paul

how to get free transportation to a doctor appointment

    
Asked by brebre (Female; 13; diabetic ) on Thu 02, Sep 2010 11:09pm

how to get free transportation to a doctor appointment

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Answer by Dr Anant Paul  on Sun 06, Feb 2011 11:04pm:

Hello, You can contact either your health insurance company depending on the sought of policy which you have taken which covers even your transportation to the doctor along with the other doctor and hospital costs. Either you can check up with the hospitals itself which do provide free transportation in some countries. The end line is it all depends on what sought of a health insurance system you have in your country. Hope this answers. Regards.
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Comment by cynthia stampley on Tue 28, Feb 2012 03:09pm:
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