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About Carrus

Carrus helps people improve their lives and advance their careers through healthcare learning. Its training and continuing education solutions, CareerStep and CareerCert, are designed to meet the distinct needs of future and current healthcare workers. On October 13th, 2021, Carrus was acquired by Penn Foster. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Headquarters Location

2901 N Ashton Blvd

Lehi, Utah, 84043,

United States




Expert Collections containing Carrus

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The digital health collection includes vendors developing software, platforms, sensor & robotic hardware, health data infrastructure, and tech-enabled services in healthcare. The list excludes pureplay pharma/biopharma, sequencing instruments, gene editing, and assistive tech.

Carrus Patents

Carrus has filed 7 patents.

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Latest Carrus News

Hayden Springer triumphs at Fortinet Cup Championship, takes important career step

Sep 11, 2023

On this stepping-stone circuit, that’s a good thing. Article content Hayden Springer surged to a five-stroke victory at the 2023 Fortinet Cup Championship at Country Hills Golf Club in Calgary, sealing the PGA Tour Canada’s Player of the Year nod and scoring a promotion to the next level. Thanks to his first-place finish in the season-long points race, the 26-year-old earned full-time playing privileges on the Korn Ferry Tour for 2024. That’s the equivalent of being called up to the American Hockey League or Triple-A baseball. There’s just one last rung left to climb to reach the biggest stage. “Pro golf is so deep. There are so many guys that are really good at this level, on the Korn Ferry Tour and obviously on the PGA Tour,” said Springer, who finished four laps of the Talons Course at Country Hills with a staggering score of 22-under 262. “This is what everybody is looking for is to get that door to open. Now, to have a full season on Korn Ferry, that’s huge for me.” Calgary Sun Headline News Article content The wind whipped up over the weekend in Calgary, but it was Springer — born in Nashville and now based in Trophy Club, Texas — who wound up blowing everybody away at the PGA Tour Canada’s end-of-season shootout. The smooth-swinging right-hander teed off Sunday with a share of the lead, knowing he needed a victory to snag top spot in the Fortinet Cup standings. He closed with a 4-under 67. Springer was so calm, so even-keeled, during the final round that some fans likely had no idea that this could be a career-altering afternoon. Waiting beside the green at No. 18, his wife Emma was wiping away tears before he polished off his last putt. When you consider that he carded only two bogeys, his biggest oopsie Sunday might have come during the trophy presentation, when he put a commemorative cowboy hat on backwards. Advertisement 4 Article content Forgive him, he had a lot on his mind. “This is crazy,” said Springer, who started this surge with a victory two weeks ago in Winnipeg. “I mean, it’s been kind of a quick finish, these last few weeks. I’ve played really, really well and I’m feeling very grateful, very blessed, to be in this position. “To have a share of the lead and get it done on Sunday, it’s amazing. I don’t really have too many words.” Springer wasn’t the only one with something to celebrate. The Nos. 2-5 finishers in the Fortinet Cup race are rewarded with conditional status on the Korn Ferry Tour, so South Korea’s Sam Choi, Davis Lamb of the U.S., Etienne Papineau of St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., and China’s Yi Cao also graduated. Cao was the tournament runner-up at Country Hills, checking in at 17-under. Advertisement 5 Article content The consensus is that Choi is destined for big things. As one of his competitors put it earlier this week, “he’s good enough, just coming out of college, to be on the PGA Tour right now.” While Choi settled for second in the Fortinet Cup standings, bumped by Springer from the prime perch, the 23-year-old was pleased with what he accomplished in his first summer as a pro golfer. And rightly so. A reminder that he is freshly graduated from Pepperdine University, Choi even volunteered a letter grade for his rookie campaign. “I would give myself an A-minus,“ Choi said. “I like where my game is trending right now. I had a great season. I feel like I showed them who I am. Hopefully, I will make it to Korn Ferry Tour next year and then the PGA Tour the year after.” Advertisement 6 Article content In that case, he would be joining a star-studded alumni list. PGA Tour Canada was previously a proving ground for Corey Conners, Joel Dahmen, Tony Finau, Adam Hadwin, Nick Taylor and countless others. “I was very fortunate to play PGA Tour Canada. I learned a lot,” said Choi, who now lives in California. “These guys are grinders. They’re pro. They all show up probably two hours before their tee-time. They go through every warm-up session, they go through their routines. That’s the difference between college golf and pro golf.” With a grin, he added: “Knowing that you are going to make some money, that was the fun part.” CHIP SHOTS: For Springer, another perk of his chart-topping finish is an invite to compete next week at the PGA Tour’s Fortinet Championship in Napa, Calif. … Myles Creighton of Digby, N.S., and Noah Steele of Kingston, Ont., split top Canadian honours at 15-under, good for a tie for fifth … Calgary’s Brendan MacDougall earned a roar from the gallery on No. 18 as he capped his season with a birdie. Thanks to a fine weekend, with back-to-back spins of 66, the Glencoe member climbed to T-12 on the tournament leaderboard … Sunday’s low score came courtesy of Jeffrey Kang, who ripped around in just 63 strokes.

Carrus Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Carrus founded?

    Carrus was founded in 1992.

  • Where is Carrus's headquarters?

    Carrus's headquarters is located at 2901 N Ashton Blvd, Lehi.

  • What is Carrus's latest funding round?

    Carrus's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Carrus raise?

    Carrus raised a total of $23.5M.

  • Who are the investors of Carrus?

    Investors of Carrus include Penn Foster, Revelstoke Capital Partners, Five Points Capital and DW Healthcare Partners.

  • Who are Carrus's competitors?

    Competitors of Carrus include Doximity and 6 more.


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