Get to Your Appointments On Time

FreedomCar supports the medical transportation needs of individuals throughout the Baltimore area. We’ll safely and comfortably drive you to any medical facility—from doctor’s offices to hospitals.

When making your appointment, please make our representative aware of any medical conditions or the need for wheelchair accessibility so that we can assign the appropriate vehicle to meet your needs.

We suggest that you call us a day or so in advance for smaller local service needs to ensure that the right car is available at the exact time you need it.

How It Works

Our rates for local, medical transportation are hourly, in increments of 5 minutes, with a minimum time commitment of 45 minutes between the hours of 9am and 9pm. (Outside of these hours, the minimum fee is 1 hour.)

Our rates for transportation using our wheelchair-accessible van require a minimum time commitment of 1 hour.

When you’re arranging for a return service, we have a few different options for you to consider:

  • You can choose to have the car remain with you, which we recommend if your appointment lasts one hour or less.
  • You can arrange a pre-determined return time, where the car comes back for you at that time. This is ideal if your appointments are longer than an hour or two.
  • You can call for us if you truly have no idea how long your appointment will last. That said, we generally don’t advise this approach, because we are appointment-based and can’t guarantee timely availability with “will call” returns. Be that as it may, we’ll take care of you.

wheelchair accessibility

FreedomCar offers a state-of-the-art wheelchair accessible minivan to transport non-ambulatory passengers. Otherwise, cars (rather than vans or SUVs) are generally chosen for those in need of local medical transportation. View our full fleet of vehicles for more information about the types of transportation available.

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Call (410) 321-5600
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