Care transport – Wheelchair transport

We’ve all taken a visit to the hospital. For many a routine matter, but sometimes a less fun experience!

An additional question can be: “How do I get there, and how do I get back”.

Taxi Frenske offers excellent Taxi passenger transport including transport of sick people! Taxi Frenske rides to all hospitals in the area, such as AZM (maastro, dialysis, ..), Hoensbroek rehabilitation, …. and even if desired to Leiden or Dusseldorf.

Your family doctor may, if you wish, make a statement that you are on designated taxi-transport! This statement you must send to your health care provider and after filling out the application the care provider gives to you an authorization! From that moment on you can dismissive use Taxi Frenske.

Most likely we already drive for your health care provider, you name it and we drive for them: VGZ, Menzis, OZ, OHRA, IZZ, Unive, Trias, Delta Lloyd, DSW, Aevitae … ….

Since 1 January 2010 there has been a change in the Sitting patient transport for insured persons of Unive, VGZ, IZA and Trias. Taxi Frenske has as of this date the transport contract placed with DVG passenger transport.

This has led to transport permissions, such as those that were sent by the health care provider to the customer , the name DVG is listed. That this lack of clarity has led to a large number of questions of the customer, was demonstrated by the many phone calls that we have received on this subject.

To be clear: you can, when you have received permission to taxi transport which States that you can use DVG, one of the carriers in the region, directly contact TAXI FRENSKE.

Do you wish to make use of our services you can contact us at the following number: + 31 (0)43 36 36 36 2, ask for Mr. Boonen.

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