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Secure Mental Health Transport

We are proud to provide Secure Mental Health Transport under the safecare division.

We offer 24/7 urgent and non urgent Secure transport for Patients across the UK.


We have highly trained staff that respond timely to move patients securely across England and Wales.


Transport Journeys Include:

  • Community to Emergency Department or Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust units
  • Inter hospital transfers
  • Out of Area Mental Health Placement
  • Section 135 and Section 136 assisting both the AMHP’s and the Police
  • Responding to ad hoc journeys

We are the largest patient transport company in the UK providing 24/7, 365 days a year cover for secure mental health transport. We are a trusted provider that offers reliability and efficiency. We can change and adapt our dedicated service to meet all your needs.

We have bases throughout the UK, allowing us to have fast and efficient response times. Our objective is to be at the desired location within the hour. We offer a sustainable and cost effective service by working alongside NHS trusts to meet their requirements.


Our dedicated SMH control room enables our highly trained teams to make informed decisions and suitable risk assessments to enable the correct vehicle and crew to be assigned to the journey. Ensuring the safety of both patient and employee at all times.

Contact the team to find out more…

We will be delighted to discuss your specific requirements

To discuss your needs and transport requirements please contact

Our Mental health line on 03007774477, or

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