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Checker Account Application

Never again will you have to worry about getting where you want to go when you're short of cash. For business travel, it makes accounting for expenses a snap. Setting up an account for elderly parents, teenage children or a spouse helps to ensure that your loved ones are always in good hands.




 
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I find the latest Privacy Policy documents?

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Where can I find the latest Privacy Policy documents?

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You can find our privacy policies here:

Who do I contact if I have questions about privacy?

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Who do I contact if I have questions about privacy?

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If you have any questions regarding access or correction to your personal information, feel your information has been comprised, would like to file a complaint, or have general inquiries about your personal information, please contact: Catherine McBride Chief Privacy Officer privacy@voyageurtransportation.ca

How do I know when a patient is okay to be transferred by Voyageur?

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How do I know when a patient is okay to be transferred by Voyageur?

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The patient must be "medically stable" and likely to remain so during the transfer, AND determine whether or not the patient requires an escort, or is able to travel unescorted.

How many people can accompany the patient?

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How many people can accompany the patient?

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We will transport as many people as there are seatbelts.

Should a nurse need to escort the patient?

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Should a nurse need to escort the patient, what supplies or equipment are available on the vehicles?

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Basic equipment such as oxygen, suction and blood pressure monitoring are available.

What medical support can the attendants provide?

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What medical support can the attendants provide?

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Voyageur attendants are trained to recognize a medical emergency (First Responder), and hold a valid Advanced First Aid certificate that includes CPR at the Basic Rescuer level. They are trained to lift and move passengers, respect confidentiality, and maintain safe work practices in managing higher-risk patients (e.g., infectious).

What kind of vehicles does Voyageur have?

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What kind of vehicles does Voyageur have?

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Voyageur has a variety of vehicles that accommodate single and double transfer using stretchers or wheelchairs. Vehicles are equipped with Ferno stretchers, fixed and portable oxygen, fixed and portable suction, First Aid kits, fire extinguishers, stair chairs, CPR Board, Backboard, MOHLTC-approved equipment restraints and tie downs, and Code 1 and 2 Trauma Bag.

Can Voyageur be used to transfer a patient out-of-province?

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Can Voyageur be used to transfer a patient out-of-province?

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Yes, provided sufficient notice is given.