We continue to serve your non-emergency transportation needs during the COVID-19 pandemic with our ever-present dedication to safety.
Featured on WECK Buffalo’s “Senior Matters” 1230AM | 100.5FM | 102.9FM
Did you hear our radio interview on WECK Buffalo?
“It’s not just pick you up and drop you off – our clients become our family and friends!”
Meet Christine Uwimbabazi, The Entrepreneuring Immigrant Behind The Wheel of Prime Care Transportation
“We make such a difference in peoples’ lives. We are more than drivers. We make people feel comfortable and safe and cared for, and if we don’t transport these people, then the doctors won’t be able to do their jobs, and these people won’t get their blood cleaned or their shots or their surgeries. We’re part of the circle. We complete each other.”
Featured in Step Out Buffalo: “Guide To Black-Owned Businesses To Support In WNY”
Featured on the Front Page of The Buffalo News
(Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News) Christine Uwimbabazi, owner of Prime Care Transportation, Inc., outside her business.
31 entrepreneurs graduate from UB’s minority- and woman-focused CEL program
Christine Uwimbabazi, Prime Care Transportation, Inc. is a proud graduate of the “Allstate Minority and Women Emerging Entrepreneurs program, a joint venture by the University at Buffalo School of Management’s Center for Entrepreneurial Leadershipand the UB Center for Urban Studies.”
CEL graduates 31 emerging minority and women entrepreneurs
After entering as protégés last year, 31 participants graduated, bringing the total number of local entrepreneurs who have completed the MWEE program to 324 since it launched in 2004.
Celebrating International Women’s Day with WEDI
For International Women’s Day, WEDI is celebrating the growth of women’s entrepreneurship and the significant role women-owned businesses play in the U.S. economy and in Buffalo. We reached out to some of the women business owners we work with to ask about their experiences in the field.
Prime Care Transportation, Inc.
Owner: Christine Uwimbabazi
Website → primecarefirst.com
How does it make you feel to be an inspiration for other aspiring business owners?
The feeling can range from being scared to being proud at the same time. Owning a business itself is scary, but being part of something bigger than yourself is rewarding. Women are not just business owners but we are the inspiration for our kids, our families, and our communities. We are more than what we think we are. By helping each other; we are creating a better world. That’s my wish.
KeyBank Business Boost & Build Buffalo Pitch Competition
10 finalists pitched their business ideas to a panel of local judges. Other winners include:
3rd Place – $1,000 Prime Care Transportation, Inc. – Christine Uwimbabazi: Provides non-emergency medical transportation to all, including low income and immigrant families in Buffalo.