Intuitive Health Named in 2021 Dallas 100 Entrepreneur Awards

Legacy ER Urgent Care. | Image from Legacy ER

The 2021 Dallas 100 Entrepreneur Awards have been announced. One of the most prestigious honors an independently owned business can receive, Intuitive Health was awarded the forty-seventh placement on the list.

The Dallas 100 Entrepreneur Awards recognizes fast-growing, privately-owned companies in the Dallas area who have a three-year history of at least $500,000 in sales, not exceeding $75 million, within the same period.

This is the fourth time Intuitive Health has ranked on the Dallas 100 List. Previously in 2020, the health care company ranked at number fifty-seven. In 2018 and 2017 they placed at forty-seventh and sixty-fourth. This year the pioneering ER and Urgent Care center was named a top contributor to Dallas’ economic growth.

Founded in 2008, Intuitive Health established Legacy ER and Urgent Care in Frisco, bringing emergency room and urgent care services under one location. Intuitive Health has since grown to have six North Texas locations and nine additional locations across the country.

“Being recognized by SMU Cox in their annual Dallas 100 list is an honor and a testament to the Intuitive Health model. We are grateful to be acknowledged for our work to administer valuable health care in a retail format for patients in need,” said Thom Herrmann, CEO of Intuitive Health. Intuitive Health continues to grow and has plans to bring sixteen more of its innovative ER and Urgent Care centers to twelve states.

Since 2003, SMU Cox has celebrated entrepreneurship in Dallas. They also look to highlight companies that support a culture of diversity and creativity and demonstrate the resolve it takes to create and sustain a successful business. Eligible companies are judged by SMU Cox based on three years of sales growth, the company’s character, and a stellar credit report. Entrepreneurs who make the Dallas 100 List are celebrated for their determination, innovation, and savviness.

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