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PremierMED, co-owned by two 2007 M.D. alumni, listed among Seminole 100

Feb 19, 2021


PremierMED Family & Sports Medicine in Ocoee, a medical practice co-owned by M.D. alumni Adam Langley and Gary Visser, made the 2021 Seminole 100 list.

Florida State University unveiled the list February 18 during a virtual ceremony hosted by the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship, part of the FSU College of Business.

The list recognizes 100 of the fastest-growing businesses owned or led by FSU alumni and includes a wide range of businesses across the country. Seventy of the businesses are located in Florida.

It's the third-straight year PremierMED has made the list.

“Entrepreneurship has the power to shape our communities and fuel our economy,” said Melissa Roberts, managing director of the Jim Moran Institute. “We are proud to recognize the 2021 Seminole 100 honorees and commend them for their determination to achieve growth, innovation and prosperity. We look forward to seeing continued success from these elite FSU alumni.” 

Ernst and Young (EY), a Seminole 100 financial partner, verified the information from each company and ranked the businesses based on a compound annual growth rate. PremierMED was listed at 49.

Both Visser and Langley attended FSU as undergraduates and majored in exercise physiology. Both later did their residency training at Morton Plant Mease in Clearwater. They started their own medical practice in 2012.

Read a feature story about Langley and Visser's entrepreneurial journey in the Fall 2019 issue of FSU MED magazine.