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Easton, MD, September 16, 2014 – Quality Health Strategies (QHS) officially opened its new corporate office on September 9th with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Company executives, board members, local officials, community representatives and neighbors gathered to inaugurate the company’s new home just over a year after breaking ground.
Located at 28464 Marlboro Avenue, the new building also houses the three QHS subsidiary companies, Delmarva Foundation, Health Integrity, and Quality Health Foundation, and is home to the various boards and trustees. The 43,492 square foot new building project began in April of 2011 and has taken more than three years to complete.
“We had one goal—we would not stop until we have a building,” said QHS Chief Executive Officer Dr. Fredia Wadley. “You can see we’ve reached that goal.”
In conjunction with the ribbon cutting ceremony, QHS celebrated its’ 40th Anniversary. “For over 40 years now QHS has been a first-class employer and neighbor in Easton and Talbot County,” said Easton Mayor, Robert C. Willey. “We are proud and fortunate to have you as a part of our community.”
The state-of-the-art corporate building officially opened for business on September 15, 2014.
Quality Health Strategies is dedicated to creating solutions to transform health and is the parent of established and prominent health care organizations including Delmarva Foundation; Health Integrity, LLC; and Quality Health Foundation. QHS supports each subsidiary company with administrative, business development, communications, finance, human resources, contracts, security, and information technology services.