ProTransport-1 earns spot in Inc. 5000 for sixth straight year

ProTransport-1 earns spot in Inc. 5000 for sixth straight year

Trendsetting medical transportation and healthcare logistics provider ProTransport-1 has been named to the Inc. 5000 for the sixth consecutive year, making a huge leap all the way to No. 2894 in this year’s ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the United States. ProTransport-1’s spot on the 2016 Inc. 5000 is its best since it was initially honored in 2011 and well above its 2015 ranking of No. 4837.

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 most successful American companies and celebrating the innovation that has enabled their impressive growth. ProTransport-1’s most recent three-year growth rate of 119 percent is all the more impressive when the three-year growth rate that first earned the company a place in the Inc. 5000 is taken into account; that measurement stretches back to 2007, meaning ProTransport-1 has nearly a full decade of consistent growth worthy of Inc. 5000 inclusion.

The confluence of strategic partnerships and targeted regional expansion has spurred ProTransport-1’s growth in recent years as it has continued to innovate and evolve. Created in 2000 to serve the interfacility ambulance transport market, ProTransport-1 now provides a wealth of services encompassing transportation, communication, logistics and overall efficiency for patients and healthcare customers.

Since joining forces with private equity partner New Heritage Capital in 2012, Northern California-based ProTransport-1 has expanded its reach nationwide through the acquisition of fellow admired ambulance brands: PRN Ambulance in Southern California, Century Ambulance Service in Florida, ATS Medical Services in Illinois and Priority One in Indiana. It also provides comprehensive logistics tools connecting sites of patient care through its Covalent Health brand.

ProTransport-1 serves patients and customers from 13 operations centers in the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento and the Central Valley. For the complete 2016 Inc. 5000 list, visit: