Gold Coast Ambulance Service Overview

  • Founded
  • 1949
  • Status
  • Acquired/​Merged
  • Employees
  • 72
  • Latest Deal Type
  • M&A
  • Financing Rounds
  • 1
  • Investments
  • 1

Gold Coast Ambulance Service General Information


Provider of emergency and non-emergency ambulatory services in Oxnard, Ventura County. The company provides inter-facility, home to hospital and retirement facility transportation services and paramedic supervisors in its ambulances to all potentially critical calls. It serves all hospitals, care facilities and residences. It also has a staff of nurses and respiratory therapists available for critical care transfers.

Contact Information

Formerly Known As
Oxnard Ambulance
Ownership Status
Financing Status
Corporate Backed or Acquired
Primary Industry
Other Industries
Other Healthcare Services
Primary Office
  • 200 Bernoulli Circle
  • Oxnard, CA 93030
  • United States
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Gold Coast Ambulance Service Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Valuation/
Post-Val Status Debt

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Gold Coast Ambulance Service Signals

Growth Rate

0.80% Weekly
Weekly Growth 0.80%, 93rd %ile
-35.5%. 530%

Size Multiple

219x Median
Size Multiple 219x, 100th %ile
0.00x 0.95x. 413Kx

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Gold Coast Ambulance Service Acquisitions (1)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Lead Partner
00000000 0000000 0 31-May-2021 000000000000000000 Other Healthcare Services
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