A Leader in Home-Based Specialty Care For More Than 30 Years

Since its establishment in 1985 as a “one-stop” provider of home care services, PromptCare has been a leader in the provision of home-based specialty respiratory products and infusion therapy services.

In 2010, the company completed two strategic acquisitions -- PRO2 Respiratory Services, based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania and Arcadian HealthCare, based in Parsippany, New Jersey, in an effort to expand their reach and provide services to more patients in need.

As the PromptCare companies have expanded, they’ve also concentrated their focus on the very specific needs of their most medically complex patients by developing patient-centered support programs. In 2007, for example, the company launched its Intensive Pediatric Ventilator Program, which focuses on reuniting the family unit through care and clinical expertise, and on promoting growth and development and maximizing mobility of our tiniest respiratory patients. In 2012, the company’s Home Infusion business launched its Cardiac Transitions Program, which has been recognized by cardiologists, nurses and case managers as critical to a patient’s successful transition home. And in 2013, we launched our Intravenous Immune Globulin (IVIG) Program to continue our expansion of providing better patient care.

Today, we’re one of the nation’s largest providers of home ventilator therapy … providing services for more than 1,000 patients across our expanding regional footprint. The company now operates out of 18 locations in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States and continues to experience great growth.

MidMark Capital (a private equity group)

In short, we treat your patients like our own.

“PromptCare goes the extra step. I’ve had patients who were given simple oxygen from other companies and didn’t like how it worked. PromptCare worked with the patients to get them the right equipment and taught them how to use it, and how to troubleshoot any issues. And they gave them direct access to therapists who would answer any questions they have.”

- Michael Imevbore, MD, FCCP, CT Pulmonary Specialists

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