MTM Transit is proud of our vehicle operators like Juan Lopez in Austin, Texas, who was recently recognized by Capital Metro for helping reunite a lost girl with her mother.
If you’re heading to Austin for the first-ever Texas Covered event sponsored by TAHP, stop by Booth #220 to learn how MTM’s healthcare services can help your health plan improve member outcomes and reduce expenses.
As a family-owned and operated company, MTM has always prided ourselves on ensuring our team members have access to the resources they need to achieve work-life balance and happiness both in and out of the workplace. We are proud to announce that our Texas office recently joined a growing number of Texas businesses by becoming designated as a Texas Mother-Friendly Worksite!
At MTM, we always encourage our local teams to give back to community programs and events that inspire them! Recently, our MTM Transit team in Austin, Texas was proud to participate in a local outreach event called Something at the Park, which gives low-income families access to free back-to-school resources like health screenings, haircuts, backpacks loaded with school supplies, and much more.
We always want to ensure members receive the best customer service and safest transportation service possible. To make this happen, we need your help with items included here.
To clarify service areas in Texas, MTM provides a list of the counties covered in each service area, as well as the customer service phone number for each.
A few reminders worth freshening up on to help members better communicate with their transportation providers.
The summer heat in Texas has been hard to beat, but MTM works hard to keep things cool and safe while providing transportation for Texas Medicaid members.
MTM, Inc. is committed to partnering with Texas medical facilities to ensure seamless, successful transportation to our Medicaid members. Use the resources outlined here for contacting MTM with your needs.
The Texas Care Management team hosted a campaign in order to collect hand held can openers for the Houston Food Bank. By starting this “Backpack Buddy” program in order to raise donations of non-perishable foods, employees were able to put their 50 can openers to use in which several cans had been collected through “Backpack Buddies.”
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