ProTransport-1 Ambulance Provider Makes Inc. 5000 for Seventh Straight Year

ProTransport-1 Ambulance Provider Makes Inc. 5000 for Seventh Straight Year

News Aug 17, 2017

COTATI, Calif.—ProTransport-1 has been named to the Inc. 5000 for the seventh consecutive year, ranking No. 2557 on Inc. Magazine’s annual list of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States. ProTransport-1’s spot on the 2017 Inc. 5000 is its best placement since it was first honored in 2011.

ProTransport-1’s consistent growth in recent years is attributable to strategic growth as well as targeted regional expansion. Known for its innovative services and unmatched customer service, ProTransport-1 has evolved to be more than just an ambulance transport provider, today offering tech-enhanced logistics and efficiency solutions to hospitals and health systems.

Since joining forces with private equity partner New Heritage Capital in 2012, ProTransport-1 has expanded its reach from coast to coast by acquiring likeminded regional ambulance providers PRN Ambulance in Southern California, Century Ambulance Service in Florida, ATS Medical Services in Illinois and Priority One in Indiana as sister companies. Together, the collection of transport and logistics brands work to bring greater efficiency to the healthcare industry.

Measuring each company’s overall revenue growth over a three-year period, the Inc. 5000 aims to provide insight into the entrepreneurial landscape by profiling the 5000 fastest-growing American companies and celebrating the innovation enabling their expanding reach. ProTransport-1’s three-year growth rate comes in at 138 percent, and the company’s seven-year run on the Inc. 5000 includes growth measurements reaching back nearly a decade, which further signifies the tremendous success ProTransport-1 has experienced as it has matured from startup to industry trendsetter.

ProTransport-1 serves customers from 12 locations in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento and the Central Valley. The company’s 2017 Inc. 5000 profile can be viewed in full at https://www.inc.com/profile/protransport-1.

 

About ProTransport-1

ProTransport-1 is the premier provider of logistics and medical transport services in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento and the Central Valley. Established in 2000, ProTransport-1 is a trendsetting inter-facility transport provider. Today, the company offers comprehensive services encompassing the medical transport process, applying innovative logistics alongside the latest technology to create hospital efficiencies. It has been named to the Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America six consecutive years. For more information, visit www.protransport-1.com.

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