Veterans Medical Transportation Network / Downtown & Veterans Medical Center Express
The Veterans Medical Transportation Network (VMTN) provides effective and efficient transportation to Veterans throughout Southern Nevada. This service gives a viable option to Veterans who are in need of medical related transportation and includes transport to but not limited to VA clinics, primary care physicians and the Veterans Medical Center. This program provides a one-call option for Veterans needing transportation to and from medical appointments. The goal of the VMTN is to provide transportation to all in need of the service and is constantly looking for ways to maximize the limited funding for the program. This first come first serve program will continue to serve as a much needed transportation and is constantly looking for ways to provide a more efficient and reliable service to those who gave so much in defending our nation.
Am I eligible for service?
If you are eligible to receive treatment as VASNHS or have a medical appointment, you are eligible for this service. You and your family members must have a valid ID or documentation at time of pick-up and the care must be shown to the drive before being transported. Valid ID cards include: Veterans Affairs ID, Military ID (DD 214), and Military Dependent ID (DD1173).
How do I register or learn more about VMTN?
You can register online or contact Veterans Medical Transportation Network at (702) 678-VETS (8387) or (702) 676-1834 (TDD) to ask questions, leave comments or suggestions. Or write to:
RTC Specialized Services
600.S. Grand Central Pkwy.Ste.350
Attn: VMTN Customer Service
Downtown & Veterans Medical Center Express (DVX)
In a continued effort to maximize available resources the VMTN also works in coordination with the RTC fixed route bus service. The Downtown & Veterans Medical Center Express (DVX) route provides and alternative to the regular door-to-door service when going to the Veterans Medical Center. This service connects with other VMTN shuttles at the Bonneville Transit Center (BTC) in downtown Las Vegas.