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Do you need help with transport?

Hospital Transport

To qualify for hospital transport you must live at least three miles from the hospital and have no other means of getting to your appointment, i.e. own vehicle, family, friend, public or voluntary transport.

If you suffer severe physical or mental problems, or are attending for treatment which has physical side effects, you may qualify for transport.  If you think you qualify for transport, please contact our Reception Team, who will arrange transport for the first visit only.

All subsequent transport arrangements should be made with the hospital when booking or receiving details of your next appointment.

If you do not qualify for hospital transport it is possible you may be able to access one of the local Community Car Schemes - details below.  You will normally be charged a nominal sum per mile to cover fuel costs etc.

Chatteris Car Scheme

This scheme offers travel to a GP surgery or other medical appointments. 
Social journeys are also available through this scheme which is for Chatteris residents

Norman Larke
01354 694375
07963 815721


Wimblington Social Car Scheme 

Provides transport for social and medical purposes, plus hospital visiting for residents of Wimblington

Catherine Robertson
01354 741614


Doddington & Benwick Car Scheme

For those who are unable to make essential journeys by other means. 
Journeys are for medical purposes and for visiting friends and family in hospital

Jenny Nash
07919 061158


Fenland Association for Community Transport (FACT) 

FACT operates a transport scheme for March, Whittlesey, Wisbech and the surrounding area for social and medical purposes.

FACT
01354 661234

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