Patient-Centered Healthcare NEMT with an Adaptive TNC

Enhance care outcomes with a transportation network company providing specialty-credentialed drivers

UZURV drivers are drug and alcohol tested and have PASS or PASS equivalent credentials. It’s a higher level of service for Non-Emergency Medical Transportation.

Programs are HIPAA compliant. Bringing together the flexible efficiency of a TNC with the patient care benefits of helpful, reliable drivers prepared to assist patients from door-to-door. It’s a better patient experience, delivering reliable transportation and service outcomes.

On-time delivery

On-time delivery across the portfolio averages 98%+. With UZURV, your community of health — providers, caregivers, and patients — receives a higher level of service. Drivers assist riders each step of the way to arrive safely, comfortably, and promptly to the point of care and back home again. And your care team knows what’s happening every step of the way.


Better service with 30-50% less cost compared to traditional non-emergency medical transportation programs.


98%+ on-time patient arrivals. Our network of credentialed drivers are trained on ADA and HIPAA-compliance.


Patient experience data delivered back for your care coordination programs and analytics.

Enhance patient transportation outcomes

An Adaptive TNC helps you optimize healthcare transportation and patient mobility. UZURV is particularly effective with ambulatory patients requiring more assistance and oversight than taxis and traditional TNCs offer. Patients get added service, at substantially lower cost than legacy providers.

Door-to-door patient assistance, real-time ride monitoring, and individual service for the riders. It’s a transportation modality focused on timeliness, experience, and capable assistance to create positive impacts across care management, compliance, safety, and patient outcomes.


Trusted by the American Cancer Society

UZURV provided 30,000+ rides a year to people managing cancer treatment with the American Cancer Society’s Road to Recovery program. Originally piloted in 2017, the partnership stretched across 19 states. UZURV’s credentialed drivers provided comfortable and reliable rides for patients navigating cancer appointments, including radiology, chemotherapy, and surgery. The ACS care team was able to quickly and effectively provide on-demand rides and schedule reliable transportation care well in advance. The program removed transportation barriers, reduced financial obstacles, and provided compassionate support to people with cancer.