James D. Murphy, Afterburner Founder, Brings Second Company to Inc 5000

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Atlanta, GA (August 16, 2017) – Atlanta-based Advanced Care Pediatrics has been named to the 2017 Inc 5000 list for the second year. With this recognition, James D. Murphy, Co-Founder and Chairman of Advanced Care Pediatrics, reaches this milestone for the sixth time. Murphy, as founder and CEO of Afterburner Inc., led Afterburner to the Inc 5000 ranks four separate times.

“I congratulate the team at Advanced Care Pediatrics for achieving this exciting recognition,” said Murphy. “Our mission at Advanced Care Pediatrics, working with families who need in-home care for medically fragile children, is rewarding in and of itself. This recognition as one of the fastest growing companies in the country highlights our expertise bringing families and in-home care professionals together for successful outcomes.”

Advanced Care Pediatrics is one of Georgia’s leading pediatric and adult home care companies, founded in 2010 to provide unsurpassed patient care and family service and change the lives of under-served medically fragile families, caseworkers and caregivers. 

“We are very excited to again join the Inc 5000 and are poised to take advantage of the tremendous need for our services,” said Greice Murphy, CEO Advanced Care Pediatrics. “A major component of our ability to grow and scale comes from our team’s ability to execute aided by incorporating Afterburner’s Flawless Execution tools and techniques into everything that we do.”

To qualify for the award, companies had to be privately owned, established in the first quarter of 2013 or earlier, had revenue of $100,000 or more in 2013 and revenue of $2 million or more in 2016.