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Transport

There are many voluntary organisations who can help transporting patients to the surgery.

Please give them a call and they will explain what service they are able to offer and when.  It is possible that you may have to pay for some or all of the following services.

If you or your carer are finding it difficult to travel, getting to appointments or visiting someone, this can be a real concern.  Transport for you and the person you care for can sometimes be arranged by Adult Social Services so that you can get to the services they provide.   There are several voluntary community car schemes that provide transport for people attending appointments. 

Depending on your circumstances you may be entitled to claim travel costs to hospital. 

NORWICH DOOR TO DOOR 'DIAL-A-RIDE' (Caring & Welfare Charity)

Specialist provider of transport for people with disabilities in the greater Norwich area.

Tel: 01603 776735 / 01603 776732

Website: www.norwichdoortodoor.org.uk

Email: n-norwich@btconnect.com

CARLINK (non emergency patient transport volunteer service)

Provided by Norwich & Norfolk Voluntary Services for people who have difficulties with public transport and can't afford a taxi.

Tel: 01603 700657

TRANSPORT PLUS (volunteer car scheme)

Transport Plus is a non-profit making transport scheme provided by volunteers locally.  The current charge is 45p per mile including any mileage travelling to and from the house.  The cost of the journey is paid directly to the driver. Journeys for people living in Norfolk who need to get to health or social care appointments, shopping or social related journeys.  Open 9am - 12.30pm Monday to Friday.  Transport needs to be booked 3 working days before.  

Tel: 0344 800 8020

Email: transportpluswellbeing@norfolk.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

 
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