To provide varying levels of non-emergent transportation with Compassion, Pride, and Respect.
Sharing the feelings of those we provide service to with both empathy and sympathy while doing our best to alleviate any physical, mental, and emotional discomfort.
Demanding the best from ourselves individually and as a company because we understand that performing our jobs with quality and detail affects our entire lives as well as the lives of others.
Valuing every aspect of our customers, co-workers, and managers by recognizing them as an individual with basic rights, to privacy, safety, thoughts, and opinions and then treating those individuals with dignity to show our belief in their worth as a person
Long tenured Wake County paramedics, with 60 years of combined experience, incorporated North State Medical Transport in 2004. They each had, and still possess, a vested interest in their local community and wanted to make a difference in the lives of the citizens in their state. The founders saw a need in their community for additional convalescent services, and founded a company based on their belief system that would ensure outstanding service delivery. Now, following years of consistent quality service, what began as a one ambulance, one county service, has quickly become one of the most prominent private ambulance services in North Carolina.
The base of operations for North State Medical Transport was originally opened in Knightdale, North Carolina, quickly followed by an additional branch in Bunn, North Carolina, to service the needs of Franklin County citizens. Due to the company’s remarkable growth, a larger building located in Raleigh, North Carolina was purchased as the new base of operations in 2010. Following that success, a third base of operations was opened in Clinton, North Carolina.
Over time, growth has caused consistent changes throughout our company, but regardless of the continuous growth, our belief in exceptional patient care delivery through Compassion, Pride, and Respect remains true to this day.