REQUIREMENTS & FAQ'S
Before you begin your accreditation process, be sure you qualify for NEMTAC accreditation
Applicable licenses as required by your City and State.
Employer ID Number
You must have an Employer ID Number (EIN).
National Provider Number (when applicable)
The National Provider Identifier (NPI) is necessary for Medicare/Medicaid transports.
You should offer services that NEMTAC accredits such as: non-emergency medical transportation services, paratransit providers, wheelchair and stretcher van services. If your organization provides services under an emerging model of medical transportation or health care that doesn’t exactly match those listed above, give us a call or send us an email to learn more about how we may be able to help.
Review accreditation readiness by comparing and preparing your organization to NEMTAC standards.
How does an organization start the accreditation process?
Easy to do!
How long does it take to get NEMTAC Accreditation?
An organization should allow 90 days to complete the entire accreditation process. The timeline is contingent on the efficient flow of information between NEMTAC and the organization seeking accreditation. A detailed accreditation step-by-step guide is provided to facilitate this process.
What will NEMTAC Accreditation cost an organization?
How long is my NEMTAC Accreditation valid for?
NEMTAC accreditation for is valid for a three-year period.
Why should my organization become NEMTAC Accredited?
What does the NEMTAC Accreditation Process Encompass?
In general, NEMTAC will review the following catagories and respective documentation:
- Organizational Management
- Human Resources
- Driver Credentialing
- Compliance Program / Ethical Business Practices
- Vehicle Maintenance
- Fleet Operations