Stanislaus Regional Transit - Medivan Information

General Medivan Information
The Medivan is a public transit service that takes passengers from Modesto to Bay Area Medical Centers. This service provides non-emergency medical transportation. The Medivan is NOT an emergency medical vehicle and does not serve individuals who require special medical treatment during transport. The Medivan can accommodate wheelchairs and service animals.

Reservations -

  • Reservations are required. To make a Reservation call 1-800-262-1516. Seats are limited. Make your reservation at least two (2) weeks in advance. Seating is limited. Critical fog conditions could cause a delay or cancellation of the Medivan trip.

Cancellations -

  • If you cannot keep your doctor appointment, please call 1-800-262-1516 as soon as possible to cancel your ride, so someone else can use your seat.

Fare Tickets -

  • Tickets are $10.00 one-way. Prepayment of fare is required. Credit Cards are accepted for payment.
  • If a passenger requires an attendant for assistance, please complete and return a Medivan Application Form (Click here to download the Form) to Storer Transit Systems, 1216 Doker Dr., Modesto, CA 95351. To request a Medivan Application Form call 1-800-262-1516 or you may pick one up at the address listed above. An attendant may ride when accompanying a paying passenger for an attendant fare of $3.00 one-way. StaRT recognizes any validated proof of attendant I.D.

Rules - (Anyone who refuses to observe the following rules may not be allowed on the Medivan)

  • All passengers must have a reservation and rides must be paid for in advance. The driver cannot accept payment on the Medivan.
  • The Medivan will only take passengers to their scheduled medical facility.
  • Passengers are responsible for confirming their reservations.
  • Passengers need to adhere to the Medivan Service Schedule indicated below for each facility when scheduling appointments and for departure times.
  • The Medivan driver is responsible for passenger safety and can refuse to transport passengers who are a danger to themselves or others.
Modesto Departure Location for Medivan - Bay Area

Downtown Modesto Medivan Departure Locations

Modesto Departure Location for Medivan - Bay Area
The Medivan - Bay Area travels to the Bay Area every Monday through Friday (except holidays).

Medivan - Bay Area  leaves Modesto's Downtown Transportation Center, located at 9th and I St., at 6:30 a.m. and arrives around 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Below is a partial listing of Bay Area Medical Centers we serve. Please use the listing as a guideline for scheduling your appointment within any of these areas. For more information, call 1-800-262-1516.

  • Livermore
    (Earliest appointment 8:30am and no later than 2:30pm) Departure no later than 4:30pm
    Livermore Veterans Administration Hospital
  • Oakland
    (Earliest appointment 9:30am and no later than 1:30pm) Departure no later than 3:30pm.
    Oakland Children's Hospital
    Merritt Hospital
  • San Francisco
    (Earliest appointment 10:00am and no later than 1:30pm) Departure no later than 3:00pm.
    St. Mary's Hospital
    Eye Bank of California
    Children's Hospital
    Mt. Zion Medical Center
    Shriners Hospital
    St. Francis Hospital
    University of California-San Francisco Medical Center
    Moffet-University of California Medical Center
  • Menlo Park
    (Earliest appointment 10:30am and no later than 1:00pm) Departure no later than 2:00pm.
    Menlo Park Veterans Administration Hospital
  • Stanford
    (Earliest appointment 11:00am and no later than 1:00pm) Departure no later than 2:00pm.
    Lucile Packard Children's Hospital @ Stanford
    Stanford Hospital & Clinics
    Stanford Rehabilitation Center
  • Palo Alto
    (Earliest appointment 11:00am and no later than 1:00pm) Departure no later than 2:00pm.
    Palo Alto Veterans Administration Hospital


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