Priority Ambulance and its CEO Bryan Gibson filed suit today in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina against Gary Poirier, a former employee of FirstMed, a company Bryan Gibson led briefly in 2013.
SHOALS AMBULANCE EXPANDS OPERATIONS IN ALABAMA, ADDS 35 NEW JOBS
Florence-based Shoals Ambulance announced today the expansion of its operations into Bessemer and Birmingham, bringing more than 35 new jobs to Jefferson County.
PRIORITY AMBULANCE TO PURCHASE KUNKEL AMBULANCE IN NEW YORK
Priority Ambulance today announced its intention to purchase Kunkel Ambulance Service of Utica, N.Y., subject to approval of the sale by the New York State Department of Health.
ROB WEBB JOINS PRIORITY AMBULANCE AS VICE PRESIDENT OF TENNESSEE OPERATIONS
Rob Webb has joined Priority Ambulance as part of its corporate management team. Webb, who will serve as vice president of Tennessee operations, will oversee the company’s emergency and nonemergency medical transport services in Knox County and the surrounding areas. “Priority Ambulance is fortunate to have a skilled, experienced manager like Rob to manage our operations in Tennessee,” said Priority … Read More
NEW AMBULANCE COMPANY LOCATES CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS IN KNOX COUNTY
A new medical transport company, Priority Ambulance, announced today the establishment of its corporate headquarters in Knox County, bringing more than 50 jobs to the area and several familiar faces among its leadership team.