A Greensboro-based medical transport company was sentenced in court for health care fraud after pleading guilty to one count of health care fraud in October 2018, according to US Attorney lawyer Matthew G.T. Martin of the District of North Carolina. The company in question, Gate City Transportation, was ordered to pay a $100 fine, a $400 penalty tax, and restitution over five million. The funds would go, in their entirety, to the N.C. Fund for Medical Assistance. The verdict and penalty was handed down by US District Court Judge Loretta “Copeland” Biggs of the District of North Carolina.