ambulette

ambulette

(ˌæmbjʊˈlɛt)
n
a motor vehicle designed for transporting disabled people

am•bu•lette

(ˌæm byəˈlɛt)
n.
a specially equipped motor vehicle for transporting handicapped people.
[1980–85; ambul(ance) + -ette]
References in periodicals archive ?
The Company also announced that its Community Ambulette subsidiary has been awarded a four year contract to plan, administer and service the daily medical transportation needs of participants at centers affiliated with its clients, the Bronx and Westchester Developmental Disability Services Organizations ("DDSOs").
The significant increase in revenues in 1995 reflects the expansion of Community Medical's Freedom Ambulance subsidiary and continued growth in ambulette services, as well two ambulette-related transactions in May and November of 1995.
In addition, Community Medical will be able to offer a full roster of medical transportation modes, including "911" to basic life support ambulance services, ambulette, paratransit, and other services.
Elite, with annualized revenues in excess of $3 million, is one of largest private providers of ambulance and ambulette services in Northern New Jersey.
In addition, we expect to integrate the other forms of transportation we provide, such as ambulette and paratransit, into our proposed acquisition's hubs to broaden service capabilities.
provides medical (emergency and non-emergency) and other specialized transportation services in the New York metropolitan area through two subsidiaries, Community Ambulette Service Inc.
Community Medical will work with a privately held local ambulette company which will handle customer reservation and scheduling for the Union County Department of Human Services.
Revenue increases reflect the growth of our Freedom Ambulance subsidiary as well as an increase in ambulette transports.
Based in Inwood, New York, the Hunter companies are privately-held providers of ambulance and ambulette services in western Nassau County and the Rockaway Peninsula of Queens.
Lull, CEO of All Trans, says, "For too long, operators of ambulette and other para-transit companies have had few insurance options.
These include 20 providers of paraprofessional home care services, 25 providers of social adult day services, 27 nursing homes, 17 home delivered meals programs, and 21 car and ambulette (2) services.
The outside facilities work with us on times because they are happy that they don't have to warehouse patients until an ambulette company arrives.