Ribbon Cut At Midwest Medical Transport

Date posted - April 22, 2016

Midwest Medical Transport Ribbon CuttingSheldon, Iowa — A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held Friday morning for a Nebraska-based medical transportation company that has opened a facility in Sheldon.

Midwest Medical Transport opened their Sheldon facility in early February, and celebrated their official Ribbon Cutting Friday (April 22nd) morning.

Sheldon City Manager, Scott Wynja, welcomed Midwest Medical Transport to the Sheldon business community during the ceremony.

Speaking on behalf of the Sheldon Chamber and Development Corporation was Development Director Curt Strouth, who echoed Wynja’s sentiments, and told Midwest Medical Transport that he looked forward to continuing to work with them.

Skip Tanner is President of the Ambassadors Club, and presented Midwest staff with a plaque containing a portion of the ribbon from their ribbon cutting.

Matt Travers is Business Development Director for Midwest Medical Transport, and he thanked the assembled crowd for their support.

Travers says the Sheldon facility serves about 10 hospitals that are located within a 50 mile radius of Sheldon.

Midwest Medical Transport began operation in 1987, with one ambulance, in Columbus, Nebraska, and has now grown to 25 ground ambulance locations in the midwest, including the Sheldon facility.  The company has expanded to, not only ground ambulances, but air ambulance services, as well.

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