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Medical Transportation Program

(Program)

*Works with RSVP of Oneida County to provide non-emergency medical transportation for individuals who do not have regular transportation.

Eligibility: Resident of Oneida County, age 60 years and older, transportation for ongoing medical needs such as radiation, chemotherapy and physical therapy not available.

Application Process: Call for information, transportation needs to be scheduled in advance of appointment.

Required Documentation: Call for information.

Fees: Accepts donations.

Oneida County.

Oneida County Office for Aging and Continuing Care
(Agency)

Oneida County Office for Aging and Continuing Care is responsible for planning, coordinating, funding and advocating for programs and services which meet the needs of Oneida County residents age 60 and over.

120 Airline Street
Suite 201
Oriskany NY 13424

Website: www.ocgov.net/oneida/ofa

Hours: M-F 8:30AM-4:30PM

Contact

Website: www.ocgov.net/ofa/Transportation


800 Park Avenue
Utica NY 13501

This program is offered at these sites:

Oneida County Office for Aging and Continuing Care - Rome Walk In Office

Main Address:

300 West Dominick Street

Rome NY 13440

Unspecified:


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