Healthcare Solutions Brings Business, 300 Employees to Lower Providence

The township will become the home to the Park Pointe-based business.

A new location for those at Healthcare Solutions will bring a booming business to Lower Providence Township.

According to a recent press release from the company, the busines will be renting space at Park Pointe's office complex at 2500 Monroe Drive.

The Lower Providence office space will be the company's new regional headquarters for its wholly owned subsidiary, Procura Management, Inc. (Procura).

"The relocation of Procura’s regional headquarters is needed to accommodate the growth of Procura’s managed care business services," said David A. George, chief executive officer of Healthcare Solutions. "The relocation will allow the company to provide employees with an enhanced work environment and accommodate future business growth."

Procura said it is "a market leader in the workers’ compensation and auto-managed care industry providing a comprehensive array of services to its customers." Some of the company's services include PPO network management, medical bill review, case management and Medicare Set-Aside services.

Procura has its headquarters in Norristown, and the nearby regional base will be a close proximity. 

The township's board of supervisors has been in support of the new complex since it aided its creation in October 2011.

"In spite of the downturn of the economy in 2008, because of the ongoing commitment of the Board of Supervisors and the due diligence of staff – reaching out, being creative and minimizing hurdles – we’re now starting to see the fruits of our labor. With the new emphasis on Park Pointe at Lower Providence, we’re looking forward to a vibrant future and public-private collaborations," said Joe Dunbar, former Lower Providence Township Manager, in a 2011 press release announcing the opening of the complex. "Our single point of contact - Bill Roth, who serves as the Township’s business manager for Park Pointe at Lower Providence - gives targeted businesses and the ever-important existing businesses a direct ear to myself and the Board of Supervisors.  Our charter is to help them be successful."


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