110 W. New York Ave.
DeLand, FL 32720
posted Nov 15, 2013 - 12:16:41pm
Today is moving day for DuvaSawko. Formerly based at Cornerstone Office Park in Daytona Beach, the Coding, Billing and Practice Management firm for emergency physicians will spend the weekend moving into their new corporate headquarters at 298 S. Yonge Street in Ormond Beach. DuvaSawko has invested over $2 million into the building & site improvements and will be gaining an additional 10,000 square feet of office space to accommodate its growing business of affiliated enterprises. The 30,000 s.f. location will also be the corporate home to Emergency Medicine Professionals, P.A, PrimeCare Urgent Care Centers and their newly formed corporation of Edge Physicians.
“We are excited about this new chapter in our company history,” said Maureen France, company spokeswoman. “Our group of companies has experienced and market-savvy emergency physicians at the helm. This move is an important business decision that will take us to the next level,” she said.
DuvaSawko (www.duvasawko.com) provides billing, coding and practice management services to emergency physician groups across the United States. Over 2 million claims are processed annually by their 160 employees. The company will celebrate its 16th anniversary in business on January 19, 2014. Emergency Medicine Professionals (www.emprosonline.com) is an emergency physician practice of approximately 40 emergency physicians, staffing local hospital emergency departments. PrimeCare Urgent Care Centers (www.primecaremd.org) are two acute care urgent care clinics operating in Daytona Beach-Twin Lakes and in Port Orange. Edge Physicians (www.edgephysicians.com) is a physician recruitment and staffing firm specializing primarily in emergency medicine. The family of enterprises employs approximately 260 total employees.
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