Description About This Posting: Medical Transportation Service
Unique and Desirable Medical Transportation Company, Growth Potential
This transportation business has successfully transformed itself from a limousine tour business to medical transportation business over the years. This business comes with 5 medical specialty trucks and drivers. Patients with certain medical conditions require transportation from home to hospital about 3 to 5 five times a week so this is a repeat business as the drivers and the patient establish a relationship.
The business model is strong and the revenue is growing year over year for the past 3 years from $329K in 2016 to $386K in 2019. The transportation service is reimbursed by health insurance so income is guaranteed for the services offered. The owner also has pick-up and drop-off service for kids with special needs. This business owns business license to operate in San Mateo county for San Mateo health plan and San Mateo school district. Customers can also book the services directly and pay for themselves.
The great opportunity in this business is to add new trucks and drivers and continue to grow and also setup an online appointment system for customers to easily schedule appointments with drivers. There are 5 drivers and 1 admin support employee for submitting insurance claims paperwork.
The owner has been operating this business over 10 years now and it's looking to retire and move on to other interests. Seller financing available for buyers with strong credit.
Owner currently has an office space with rent $1200 but the new owner can relocate this anywhere or just choose to have a remote office if desired.
To get more information about this Medical Transportation Service business for sale in
San Mateo County please phone Raj Sathyaseelan (Intermediary, Broker - BRE License #:02071580) at 415-900-8803 Cell and 925-399-1891 Office - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #252000 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Raj Sathyaseelan, make sure you email Raj Sathyaseelan above to get more info about this
Medical Transportation Service, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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