Mother / Grandmother killed while riding in Southeastrans or Logisticare Van- Information List

Top 10 list for mothers or grandmothers killed while riding in Southeastrans or LogistiCare vans to or from dialysis or a nursing home: (1) riders or their families having problems with a LogistiCare van or a Southeastrans van or who have loved ones injured or killed riding in a Southeastrans van or LogistiCare van may make complaint to the Georgia Department of Community Health at DCH’s telephone number: 404-656-4646 or email at; (2) the Georgia Medicaid NET program provides transportation through a NET Broker System; (3) the Georgia Department of Community Health or “DCH” has contracted with Southeastrans and LogisitiCare to administer NET or non emergency transportation for Medicaid Members; (4) Non-Emergency Transportation or “NET” is defined as a medically necessary, cost effective transportation for eligible Medicaid members; (5) Five NET regions have been established in Georgia;  (6) Southeastrans is the exclusive NET “non emergency transport” provider for Atlanta including Fulton County, Dekalb County as well as North Georgia; (7) LogisitiCare is the exclusive “non-emergency transport” provider for Central Georgia, East Georgia and Southwest Georgia; (8) Southeastrans’ offers NET transportation in Atlanta, Fulton County, Dekalb County and Gwinnett County; (9) LogistiCare provides non-emergency transportation in Macon, Bibb County, Savannah, Chatham County, Athens, Clarke County among other rural Georgia Counties; (10) a large percentage of Southeanstrans and LogistiCare passengers are wheelchair bound.  For more information, contact The Burkey Law Firm or visit the Georgia Department of Community Health at this link:

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