We specialize in Non-emergency medical transportation service.

Whether it is for a doctor's appointment or a surgery, Logan Limo provides this type of car service to/from Mass General Hospital, Tufts, Brigham and Women's, Beth Israel, Dana Farber, Boston Medical Center, and many more.

Boston Medical Transportation NEMT

Customers sometimes need the chauffeur to pick-up them up from a specific floor at the hospital. When booking a Non-emergency medical transportation service with Logan Limo, you will be able to get the name and phone number of the driver. The nurse will then be able to call the chauffeur to make sure that he knows where the pick-up is from. Our non-emergency medical transportation service, is offered even for high-risk patients. All the vehicles in our fleet are cleaned and sanitized before each trip and all the surfaces are constantly disinfected.

In addition to that, we have replaced our existing air cabin filters with HEPA filters. These high-efficiency particulate air filters are able to trap harmful bacteria and droplets that can carry viruses.

Your non-emergency medical transportation will be easier than you think.

Airport Transportation

At Logan Limo we understand that the pickup time from the hospital or medical office can sometimes be challenging since some appointments or interventions can take longer than expected. Our experienced team will try their best to help you narrow down the approximate pick-up time from your house or the hospital.

Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Car Service

What we recommend is that you discuss with the doctor's office team when you will be ready for your pick-up. We will also provide you with a direct phone number in case the nurse needs to call us. If you want to make any changes to your existing reservation, you can always call our offices and our team will definitely accommodate you.

Theresa Barnes

Customer Service, Manager

I am the customer service manager at Logan Limo. Please do not hesitate to call me directly with any questions or concerns. I will be glad to answer you. Just ask.