Ohio ambulance company is now employee-owned

LifeCare Ambulance has been serving Lorain County for 33 years and became an employee-owned company through a stock ownership plan


BY EMS1 Staff 

ELYRIA, Ohio — Ohio’s LifeCare Ambulance Inc. service is now an employee-owned company.  

According to the Morning Journal, the ambulance has been serving Lorain County for 33 years and became an employee-owned company through a stock ownership plan. 

The ambulance has been serving Lorain County for 33 years. (Photo/LifeCare Ambulance)
The ambulance has been serving Lorain County for 33 years. (Photo/LifeCare Ambulance)

“We wanted to make sure that the future of LifeCare is guaranteed to stay in Lorain County and we wanted to make it a rewarding experience for our employees to work here, while making the company exceptional,” said LifeCare President Dave Richards. “We already have a very strong management team of long-term employees in place, and Herb and Pete de la Porte will also stay involved for years to come.” 

 

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