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Mv Transportation average salary is $69,549, median salary is $63,565 with a salary range from $62,296 to $82,784.
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Nurse Supervisor 62,296-82,784 Alexandria, VA, 22301 2010 Mv Transportation Nurse Supervisor Salaries (2)
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Nurse Manager 63,565-63,565 Alexandria, VA, 22301 2010 Mv Transportation Nurse Manager Salaries (1)
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Mv Transportation... Information
  • MV Transportation Inc
  • Industry: Automotive/Transportation
  • City: Fairfield, CA
  • MV Transportation, Inc. (MV) was founded in 1976. The MV acronym relates to California Medi-Van, the first name used by the company. In 1976, the founders of the company leased one van and started transporting disabled passengers to medical appointments using funding available from the Medicaid program in the State of California. The company continued to grow and prosper in the late 1970¡¯s. In 1983, the company received its first public transportation contract with San Francisco Muni, operating pre-ADA advanced reservation paratransit service for the City¡¯s elderly and disabled citizens. In order to reflect the diversification of its services, the