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Ford Offering Disability Transportation

Go ride driver helping woman in wheelchair

DEARBORN, Mich., Ford Motor Company is expanding its GoRide Health non-emergency medical transportation service nationally, beginning in Ohio, to help people get to and from medical appointments with safe and reliable transportation.

The city of Dayton, Ohio, also launched the first Ford GoRide Health paratransit service for the general public, in order to expand and help fill public transportation gaps for those with disabilities or problems with accessibility

“GoRide Health is gaining momentum because it is a reliable, human-centered service for people whose very lives depend on making their medical appointments,” said Minyang Jiang (MJ), CEO of GoRide Health. “Despite a critical and growing need across our country, most patients are unable to find reliable transportation and drivers who understand their needs. GoRide Health can fill that gap.”

Later this year, GoRide Health will begin offering its services in major cities in Florida, beginning with Miami. In 2020, they plan to expand to several other states, including North Carolina, Louisiana, Texas, and California.