inquiries on Investor Relations:
Adam S. Winger
General Counsel, Vice President of Acquisitions
1170 Peachtree St. NE, Suite 2350
Atlanta, GA 30309
Questions for the Investor Relations Department can also be submitted through the form below. Fields marked with an * are required.
Where is American CareSource's stock listed?
The Company's Common Stock is traded on The NASDAQ Stock Market© under the symbol ANCI beginning September 29, 2008, prior to which it traded on the American Stock Exchange under the symbol XSI.
How long has American CareSource been in operation?
American CareSource Corporation had been in operation since 1997. The predecessor company to American CareSource Corporation, Physician's Referral Network, had been in operation since 1995. On December 23, 2005, the Company became an independent company when Patient Infosystems distributed by dividend to its stockholders substantially all of its shares of the Company. Ancillary Care Services, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company.
When was American CareSource incorporated?
American CareSource was incorporated under the laws of the State of Delaware on November 24, 2003 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Patient Infosystems, Inc.
When did American CareSource become public?
On December 23, 2005, the Company became an independent company when Patient Infosystems distributed by dividend to its stockholders substantially all of its shares of the Company.
Can I purchase stock directly through the company?
No. American CareSource does not have a direct stock purchase plan. Shares must be purchased through a broker of your choice.
Does American CareSource have a dividend reinvestment program?
No. American CareSource does not pay a dividend and therefore does not have such a program.
Who is American CareSource's transfer agent? What does a transfer agent do?
Shareholders may contact Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Company by phone 212-845-3212 or by mail at:
Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Company
17 Battery Place, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10004
Transfer agents maintain stock registries for their client companies such as American CareSource. They issue and cancel stock certificates, process and pay dividends, administer dividend reinvestment programs, resolve issues arising from lost or stolen stock certificates, and answer questions from shareholders about their accounts.
Who are American CareSource's auditors?
McGladrey & Pullen, LLP