NHT Services

National Health Transport

National Health Transport has been servicing Florida since 2010 providing critical care, advanced and basic life support services.  NHT provides transportation to hospitals, nursing homes, rehabs, rehabilitation centers, convalescent facilities, long term care facilities, and assisted living centers.

Critical Care

Hospitals throughout the state trust NHT with their most critical patients.  Whether its a ballon pump, LVAD, ECMO, or ventilator management patient, NH should be your first call.


Our ACLS certified paramedics respond to your ALS service needs.  Equipped with 12 lead EKGs, BiPAP, CPAP, and 3 channel IV pumps.  Our ALS services are available as an immediate response or scheduled for transport or standby services.

Basic Life Support

Basic Life Support services are available to move your patients that are bed confined, are unable to provide their own oxygen, or need the care of our specially trained EMTs during their transport. 


Ambulatory transport services are provided to passengers who are able to walk on their own without assistance and who require minimal assistance transitioning in and out of the passenger seat of a vehicle.


For disabled or wheelchair using individuals in need of transportation to a medical appointment. 


NHT prides itself on listening to our customers.  No request is ignored.  Whether its the simplest of transfers or complex Critical Care, NHT understands the mission and carries through.

NHT has developed an industry standard for customer input.  Our customers have the ability to enter their own transports into our proprietary dispatch software.  Once entered, they are able to track the patient movement from pick up to destination in real time. 

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NHT boasts the youngest fleet in our area, competitive wages, health insurance, company matching 401(k), paid holidays, vacation, and PTO, with driver and CCT bonuses.  NHT has a truly family work environment feel.

Led by Michael Zappa, MD our practitioners meet quarterly to discuss the latest in prehospital care.  Our fulltime QA department has a finger on the pulse of the care provided to our patients.