Battle Buddy Mobility Transport, LLC is a licensed and insured Non-Emergency Medical Transport company located in Battle Creek, Michigan. We specialize in ambulatory assist and wheelchair transports. We offer 24/7 curb-to-curb and door-through-door services.
We do provide COVID positive transportation of clients.
To provide the safest, most compassionate, and reliable transportation to our customers as possible.
To be the premier mobility transport company in our area.
We are proud to offer our services to Hospitals, Dialysis Centers, Doctors Offices, Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy Offices, Private Practices, Oncology Offices, Schools, Church's, Casinos, and the general public.
Don't miss that graduation, family reunion, wedding or funeral service due to transportation. Battle Buddy is just that, your buddy. WE WILL get you there!
Would you like to keep your independence and go shopping or get to the airport on-time, schedule ahead and we'll ensure you make it safely. We'll even carry your bags for you.
Battle Buddy is a term used in the military which pairs individuals together to ensure no one is left out or left behind. This term is used both in and out of combat and is a measure intended to notice the signs of suicide among our nations fighting force and veteran population.
Not only do our nations fighting force and veteran population have a significantly increased risk of depression and suicide, but our police, fire, EMS and dispatchers as well.
If you or anyone you know of has thoughts of harming themselves or others, please call 911 or the number listed below. One lost is too many, no one should be left to fight their battle alone.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255
Reservations for local transportation should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advanced, but as far out as 6 months. We will make every effort to schedule same day/will call trips.
Transportation requests over 50 miles should be scheduled at least 48 hours in advanced.
Payment information will be taken during scheduling; however, no charges will be made until time of service.
We accept credit/debit cards, PayPal, Venmo, cash and personal check.
* 3.6% added to all credit card transactions via Square
** Payment due at time of service unless prior approval from management.
*** DRIVERS CARRY NO CASH!
Battle Buddy Mobility Transport LLC reserves all rights to refuses services to anyone showing aggressive or abusive behavior either physical or verbal to any of its employees or subcontractors.
Our vehicles are smoking & vape free.
All passengers are required to utilize seatbelts in accordance with local, state, and federal laws. Drivers are not permitted to proceed with transportation in the event of safety violations. This will result in a "cancellation" and the customer will be billed as such.
Our new Broda Synthesis WC-19 chair allows for lateral transfers with a wheelchair!
The 4-point seatbelt system keeps customers safe in any configuration of positioning.
While allowing for flat transfers, customers rest comfortably in any position that suits their specific needs
We are able to turn corners (and heads) when competitors cannot
Drivers are CPR certified with an effort to hire US military veterans and/or a healthcare background. Many of our employees have come to us with years working in pre-hospital, hospital and home healthcare fields.
Refer a buddy for transport services and receive a 15% discount on your next transport.
Battle Buddy Mobility Transport is disabled veteran owned.
Kevin Hedrington was raised in St. Joseph County, Michigan. He is a graduate of Constantine Highschool class of 2001. While growing up Kevin remembers family movie night watching "Rescue 911" hosted by William Shatner, always wanting to be a firefighter and EMT he admired during those nights with the family.
He joined the United States Marine Corps in July 2001 and served as an Airport Rescue Firefighter. While serving in this role he was also a licensed Emergency Medical Technician-Basic. He was stationed in multiple countries and states throughout his 8-years of service. He served a combat tour to Iraq in 2008 as an advisor to the Iraqi police.
Upon an honorable discharge from the Marine Corps in 2009, he obtained his Paramedic license and became a full-time firefighter/paramedic within the local community. He has served as a licensed Instructor/Coordinator and Adjunct Instructor for a local community college teaching Medical First Responder, EMT-Basic and Paramedic level courses. He holds degrees in Fire Science, Emergency Medical Services, and Healthcare Management.
Battle Buddy Mobility Transport is his vision put into practice.
If you're interested in one of our open positions, start by applying here and attaching your resume.
We offer competitive wages with a night time premium pay!