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When your child's health is at risk, there is no time to lose. The Hospitals of Providence Children’s Hospital Transport Team is comprised of three specific teams: the Pediatric Specialty Transport Team (PSTT), the Neonatal Emergency Transport Team (NETT), and the High Risk Maternal Transport Team (HRMTT). Each one provides comprehensive pediatric care to local and surrounding communities.

Providence Children’s Hospital provides the Pediatric/Neonatal Emergency Transport Team to transport critically ill infants and children who need the intensive care or other capabilities only a pediatric hospital can provide. These are children who may require medical and surgical treatment for trauma, congenital heart disease or burns.

The PSTT/NETT/HRMTT Transport Team includes doctors and nurses who have expertise in pediatric and neonatal intensive care, pediatric emergency medicine, trauma and critical care transport. Transport personnel respond rapidly, offering coverage 24 hours a day, and 365 days a year.

The PSTT/NETT/HRMTT Transport Team has more than 30 years of pediatric transport experience, and all team members are certified by the Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Neonatal Resuscitation Programs. Find out more about this program by calling (833) 225-8751.

Patient Transport Team
Children's Ambulance