Transportation Services

If you need help getting to the Cancer Center for an appointment, the following organizations can provide transportation. Most will require a minimum of 48 hours notice, so please try to provide as much notice as possible.

General Transportation Services

American Cancer Society “Road to Recovery” Program

Phone: 800-227-2345

CT Taxi

Phone: 860-343-3337 or 888-930-0009 (toll-free)

Available: 24/7

Executive 2000 Taxi Service

Phone: 860-635-8222

Available: 24/7

Hunters Ambulance

Phone: 203-235-3369 or 800-262-4782 (toll-free)

Chair Car: $87 base rate (one way) plus $9.44/mile

Livery: $15 base rate (one way) plus $2.00/mile

Transportation for Medicaid Patients

Coordinated Transportation Solutions (Husky D Participants)

Phone: 877-423-6794

Available: Weekdays 8:00am – 5:00pm

LogistiCare (Senior or Disabled Medicaid Participants)

Phone: 888-248-9895

Available: Weekdays 8:00am – 5:00pm

Transportation for Radiation Oncology Patients Only

Our Radiation Oncology department offers a free bus service to transport patients living in the shoreline area to and from their radiation treatments. If you use this service, your treatment will be scheduled between 10:00am and 11:15am, and you should be prepared to wait for others using the bus service to complete their treatments (this may take up to one-and-a-half hours). For additional information about this bus service, please call 860-358-2100 or speak to a Radiation Oncology staff member.

Local Transportation Services (by Town)

F.I.S.H (Friends in Service Here)

Serving: Chester, Deep River, Essex, Ivoryton

Phone: 860-388-2693

Available: 24/7

Haddam Neck Town Hall

Serving: Haddam, Haddam Neck, Higganum

Phone: 860-345-8531

Eligibility: Age 60+ or disabled; no ongoing rides

Middletown Area “Dial-A-Ride” Program

Serving: Middletown, Middlefield, Durham, Portland, East Hampton

Phone: 860-347-3313

Cost: $1.50 (one way)

Eligibility: Age 60+ or under 60 with prior approval by M.A.T. (call 860-346-0212 ext. 7); must fill out application

Middletown Area Transit (M.A.T.)

Serving: Middletown, Portland, Durham, East Hampton

Phone: 860-346-0212 (Middletown) or 860-347-7657 (Portland, Durham, East Hampton)

Available: Call for route information, schedules and fees.

Nine Town Transit

Serving: Chester, Clinton, Deep River, Essex, Killingworth, Lyme, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, Westbrook and coming soon will be servicing East Haddam and Moodus.

Phone: 860-510-0429

Cost: $5.00 round trip for Dial-A-Ride; $2.50 round trip for limited shuttle service to Middletown

Available: Weekdays 6:00am – 6:00pm; Saturday 9:00am – 3:00pm

Note: The Middletown shuttle service stops at the hospital, bus station and Middlesex Community College only.

Cromwell Residents Transportation

Serving: Cromwell

Phone: 860-632-3451

Cost: Free for Cromwell residents age 60+ or disabled

Available: Weekdays 8:30am – 4:00pm

Estuary Council of Seniors

Serving: Chester, Clinton, Deep River, Essex, Killingworth, Lyme, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, Westbrook

Phone: 860-388-1611

Eligibility: Seniors or disabled patients only

Moodus/East Haddam Seniors

Serving: Moodus, East Haddam

Phone: 860-873-5034

Cost: $5.00 donation if able

Available: Weekdays, flexible hours

St. Luke’s Volunteers

Serving: Middletown, Durham, Middlefield, Cromwell, Portland, Haddam, East Haddam, East Hampton

Phone: 860-347-0236

Cost: Free

Eligibility: Age 65+ or veterans 60+; must be able to walk independently or with light walker or cane

Note: Rides provided to out-of-area medical appointments, generally not to Middletown appointments.

28 Crescent Street
Middletown, CT 06457


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