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Non-Emergency Medical Transportation

Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) provides medical transportation to and from medical appointments at a low cost ($2 charged per medical appointment, whether trip is one-way or round trip - your ride cannot be denied if you are unable to pay the $2 fare).

Who is eligible?

You must be on MO HealthNet or MO HealthNet Managed Care on the day of your appointment. People in a MO HealthNet Managed Care Health Plan get their NEMT services from the health plan. Some people on MO HealthNet or MO HealthNet Managed Care do not get NEMT services as part of their benefits. The NEMT program will let you know if your benefits do not cover NEMT.

If you need to be away from home overnight, the NEMT program may be able to help with meals and lodging. If a child under the age of 21 needs someone to go along, NEMT will only pay for the child and one parent or guardian. NEMT will only pay for other children or adults to ride along for specific circumstances on a case by case basis. Participants under the age of 17, must have a parent or guardian travel with them.

For more information about the NEMT program, visit this FAQ page or call 1-866-269-5927 to schedule a ride. The call center is open Monday through Friday from 8am-5pm. To schedule an appointment you must call 5 calendar days before your appointment to give time for the ride to be arranged.


OATS Transit

OATS Transit is available to anyone regardless of age, income, disability, race, gender, religion, or national origin

To schedule a ride in Webster County call the Springfield OATS Transit Office at 800-770-6287.​

Fares (round-trip)

In-town Springfield: $3

In-town Rural Communities: $2

In-County: $3

Adjacent County: $5

Long-Distance (3 Counties or more): $10 round-trip or $6 one-way

Additional cost per each en route stop is $1.

Routes funded by Area Agencies on Aging suggest a contribution for senior citizens (60+) and age 18-59 disabled

To Springfield from

Seymour, Fordland, Rogersville: 1st and 3rd Tuesday each month

Marshfield, Elkland, Niangua: 1st Thursday and 4th Tuesday each month

To Lebanon: 2nd Thursday each month

To Marshfield from Seymour, Fordland, Rogersville: 4th Thursday each month
Rogersville in town: Monday – Friday

Rogersville Area to Seymour food bank: 4th Thursday each month
Seymour in town: Tuesday, Thursday

Marshfield in town: Monday-Friday

Niangua, Elkland to Marshfield: 1st & 3rd Friday

Long distance medical transportation is also available from Webster County to Springfield via the Weekly Express on every other Wednesday each month. Trips must be scheduled 48 hours in advance by calling the OATS Office at 1-800-770-6287

County Committee Meeting: 4th Thursday (Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug, Oct, Dec); 12:00 pm at Grillos in Marshfield.

All meetings are open to the public!

Learn more about OATS Transit by visiting their website: https://www.oatstransit.org/webster


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