share   tweet 311
Medical Transport Service

​​Licensing and enforcement services are provided by Broward County’s Consumer Protection Division, located at Government Center West (GCW), 1 North University Drive in Plantation. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8AM-4PM.  

The following services will be provided from the GCW location:
• Inspections of basic life support and advanced life support ambulances for both emergency and non-emergency ambulance transportation in Broward County
• Vehicle permitting for non-emergency transportation, encompassing wheelchair vans, stretcher vehicles, and sedans
• Review of staff credentials and vehicle assignments
• Annual review of provider’s vehicle maintenance logs and patient/passenger records
• Accepting applications and payments for processing
• Expediting licensing and certification
Note that the Trauma System Quality Assurance Program will remain with the Office of Medical Examiner and Trauma Services.

2022-2023 Annual NEMT Vehicle Inspections
Beginning June 1, 2022 and throughout the month of June, all vehicle inspections will be conducted at Port Everglades. For the specific dates and times, use the Inspection Scheduling link

​Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (COPCN), or Nonemergency Medical Transportation Service License Packe​t (NEMTS)​

Application packets and fees will be accepted in-person or by mail sent to Broward County Consumer Protection Division, 1 North University Drive, Mailbox 302, Plantation, FL 33324. Application fees, submitted by mail, must be in the form of a check. Application fees submitted in-person may be paid by check or credit card.​



Applying for a License or Permit Effective October 1, 2021

Nonemergency Medical Transportation Service License Forms:

• Nonemergency Medical Transportation Vehicle Permit Application (Form C)​ -- (PDF)​
• NEMTS Transportation Personnel (Form B-2) -- (PDF)

Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity Application Forms:
Note: Pursuant to Chapter 3½-17(d)(5) of the Broward County Code of Ordinances, all nongovernmental applicants for a Nonemergency Medical Transportation Service License must provide ​State and local criminal background checks for all owners, officers, and directors of the firm, corporation, association, or other entity. Background checks should include all jurisdictions for which the person resided over the last five (5) years.  State of Florida criminal background checks can be done using the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) SHIELD website and must be certified.  Local criminal background checks can be completed by the person's local law enforcement agency.