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In recent articles in both JEMS (via their E-Newsletter), and the New York Times, a company called Emergency Medical Services Company, based out of Greenwood Village, Colorado, has agreed to be "acquired" by private equity firm Clayton Dubilier & Rice, in a buyout of three point two BILLION dollars.

The company is supposed to be the biggest provider of "ambulance services".

Admittedly, I am probably behind the times, but I thought Laidlow (Laidlaw?) or American Medical Response were the biggest? Also, I've never heard of the group.

Has anyone, here in EMT City, heard of them, or worked for them?

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In recent articles in both JEMS (via their E-Newsletter), and the New York Times, a company called Emergency Medical Services Company, based out of Greenwood Village, Colorado, has agreed to be "acquired" by private equity firm Clayton Dubilier & Rice, in a buyout of three point two BILLION dollars.

The company is supposed to be the biggest provider of "ambulance services".

Admittedly, I am probably behind the times, but I thought Laidlow (Laidlaw?) or American Medical Response were the biggest? Also, I've never heard of the group.

Has anyone, here in EMT City, heard of them, or worked for them?

AMR is the biggest. EMS Corp. owns AMR.

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