Transportation service for all

Saturday, March 16, 2013

In 2004 Carol Anderson was taking care of her mother who had had a stroke. She needed reliable transportation for her mother. Anderson didn't find what she wanted. So she started her own company.

The Indiana Regional Ambulance Service launched on Jan. 23 with Anderson at the helm.

"We are a family owned and operated company," Anderson impressed upon, "I want to give the community the same kind of care that I would give my mother."

Indiana Regional Ambulance offers the community several different service,s including wheelchair transportation, basic emergency stretcher transportation and marketing.

Even with the beginning of this new business, Anderson has big goals to expand to help people coordinate other transportation services and help with marketing of other health services.

"We have a very impressive team," Anderson said, "and want a positive image out there."

Anderson is looking to continue to expand her business and also to work with other services in the area to help the Putnam County community. With a vested interest in the community, Anderson is appreciative of all the support that she has received and looks forward to servicing the community.

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  • Good luck. In the changing face of healthcare under the Affordable Care Act, this may not be the best time to start an ambulance service.

    -- Posted by whatsup on Mon, Mar 18, 2013, at 3:44 PM
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