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Volunteer drivers needed to transport elderly in King County

Group Health’s Special Transportation Program needs volunteer drivers to transport frail, elderly members to and from medical appointments in King County.

Volunteers use their personal cars, are reimbursed for mileage, and determine their own schedules—including when, where and how often they will drive.

Group Health’s Special Transportation Program is funded by the Group Health Foundation, Metro Accessible Services, and Senior Services. Volunteers do not need to be Group Health members.

For more information, please contact the Group Health Resource Line at 206-326-2800 or e-mail resource.l@ghc.org.

Group Health Cooperative

Group Health is one of the nation’s leading nonprofit health systems, recognized for its consumer-governed cooperative origins and innovative solutions for improving care. Established in 1947, Group Health Cooperative, together with its subsidiaries Health Options, Inc. and KPS Health Plans, provides health coverage to more than 664,000 residents of Washington state and North Idaho.

More than 420,000 members receive care from Group Health Physicians medical group at Group Health Medical Centers locations across the Puget Sound region and Spokane. Group Health advances health in the community through its medical education, charitable foundation, and nationally recognized research institute.

 

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