DALLAS, Sept. 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Inc. selected NorthStar Anesthesia as one of America's 5,000 fastest-growing private companies. Nominations were accepted from private companies across the country with annual revenue no less than $100K in 2012 and no less than $2M in 2015. NorthStar Anesthesia experienced 164% increase in revenue from 2012 to 2015, hitting $343.2M in 2015.
"We are honored to have made the Inc. 5000 list since 2013 based on our revenue and growth," said Chris Riopelle, CEO of NorthStar Anesthesia. "Our commitment to becoming the greatest anesthesia care community in America is a result of the hard work and dedication by our caregivers."
NorthStar's growth is achieved by earning new partnerships with hospitals, ASCs and anesthesia provider groups who are dedicated to providing better service and implementing better processes. NorthStar has extensive experience with transitioning anesthesia services to effectively unify the OR through collaboration. NorthStar is dedicated to training our caregivers clinically, operationally and in leadership to ensure a customer centric culture. Our clinician led structure ensures administrator, surgeon and patient satisfaction.
About NorthStar Anesthesia
NorthStar Anesthesia is a company of caregivers, founded by an anesthesiologist and a CRNA, whose focus is on combining clinical best practices with proven change management processes. NorthStar Anesthesia provides the solutions needed to optimize operating room efficiency and increase profitability. This approach established NorthStar as one of the most successful and fastest growing anesthesia care communities in America. Today, NorthStar Anesthesia runs successful anesthesia programs with approximately 2,000 providers at more than 180 facilities in 20+ states. For more information, visit www.northstaranesthesia.com.
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