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Signify Health Opens New Regional Service Center in Oklahoma City

The new service center opens after the healthcare platform announced last year plans to bring more than 200 new jobs to the region.

Signify Health, Inc., a healthcare platform, recently announced the opening of its new regional service center in Oklahoma City.

The company marked the opening of its 25,000-square-foot site with a ceremonial ribbon cutting event with state and local government representatives, business community leaders and employees.

“Our investment in workforce and economic development is attracting industry-leading companies like Signify Health who recognize the many attributes Oklahoma has to offer growing businesses,” said Gov. Kevin Stitt. “We are delighted to officially welcome Signify Health to our business community and look forward to supporting their continued success for many years to come.”

Last December, Signify Health announced its decision to locate its third regional service center hub in Oklahoma City and plans to bring more than 200 new jobs to the region. Since that time, the company has hired more than 130 new employees who work both on-site and remotely.

“We truly appreciate the warm welcome and support we have received from both the Governor’s and Mayor’s administrations,” said David Pierre, Signify Health chief operating officer. “They helped make the process of opening up a new facility and sourcing talented people a seamless and positive experience. We knew at the outset of this journey that Oklahoma City was a place where we would find people who share our values and passion for making a positive difference in people’s health. What we found here exceeded our high expectations.”

Located at 5400 E. Memorial Road, Signify’s service center was designed to support the distinct needs of a hybrid workforce, with a flexible floor plan and collaboration spaces. In working with Turner & Company, Signify adopted a number of healthy workplace elements used in its Dallas office. Among the eco-friendly features are a geo-thermal HVAC system, LED lighting and an onsite wastewater treatment system.

“The healthcare industry in Oklahoma City is an extremely important economic driver for our region, and more importantly it’s a major contributor to a high quality of life for our residents,” said Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt. “We congratulate Signify on opening its doors in Oklahoma City and look forward to the contributions they will make to our community, from both economic and quality of life perspectives.”

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