Contact:
 Case Management Program
 Snow Hill Health Center 
 
 Phone: 410-632-0092
 
 Cost: Free for eligible consumers.
altMedical Assistance Transportation (MA Transportation) transports Medicaid recipients to medically necessary appointments or Non Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT).

 

 






MA Transportation transports Medicaid recipients to medically necessary appointments locally and to facilities outside of the tri-county area in certain circumstances.

This service is provided by the Case Management Program.


How to access services:

 

Contact the MA Transportation Office to complete a short eligibility interview over the phone. Provide staff with your appointment and the most efficient means of transportation that is available will be provided. Aside from our in-house drivers we utilize taxi services, ambulances (wheelchair and stetcher) and buses to transport clients.

To schedule transportation please contact: 410-632-0092.
Hours of operation: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Emergency Transportation
Interfaith Caregivers: 410-352-5382

Telamon Corporation
(Migrant and Seasonal farm workers only): 410-546-4604

Medical Transport
American Cancer Society (Cancer patients only): 800-227-2345

Disabled American Veterans – Auxiliary
Chapter #34 (Veterans only): 410-546-8764

SSTAP -- Specilized State Transportation
Assistance Program: 443-260-2300

Public Transportation
Ocean City Transportation Department: 410-723-1606

SHORE UP! -- Transportation Assistance Program
(transports Head Start students only): 410-749-1142

Shore Transit : 443-260-2300


State of Maryland MA Transportation Website: 
http://mmcp.dhmh.maryland.gov/communitysupport/SitePages/ambulance.aspx 

 

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WCHD News

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(Snow Hill, MD)- The Worcester County Health Department is offering discounted TIPS (Training for Intervention Procedures) classes and certification to Worcester County alcohol-licensed establishments. TIPS training is shown to decrease an establishment’s chances of alcohol violation penalties, keep our community safer, and increase customer satisfaction.

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Crystal Bell will participate in "Walkable Communities" training program.


Snow Hill, MD - America Walks, a national advocacy organization working to empower communities to create safe, accessible, and enjoyable places to walk, announced today that they are awarding Crystal Bell, of Worcester County Health Department, a Walking College Fellowship as part of the 2018 program. The Fellowship will enable Bell and other advocates from around the country to participate in a five-month training program designed to strengthen local efforts to make communities more walkable and livable.

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Fatalities related to intoxication down in Somerset, Worcester and Wicomico in 2017

Snow Hill, MD- Deaths related to drug and alcohol intoxication, including opioid overdoses, are down in Worcester, Wicomico and Somerset Counties, according to 3rd Quarter 2017 Overdose Data released by the Maryland Department of Health last week. From January through September 2016, compared to the same period in 2017, intoxication fatalities are down 20-percent in Somerset County, 42-percent in Worcester County, and 32-percent in Wicomico County. The drop-off in the Tri-County region comes at a time when overall drug and alcohol related deaths in Maryland are on the rise.

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