The InterMed Group has moved into its new corporate campus in Alachua, Florida. The multi-purpose facility has over 48,000 square feet of office and warehouse space and is located on nearly 40 wooded acres. The new location provides an ideal campus that accommodates the consolidation and upgrading of InterMed’s other facilities while maintaining a local presence as the company expands its products and services nationally.
InterMed’s 20-plus year history began in Gainesville, Florida, and has remained an Alachua County-based company with deep roots in the Gainesville community and its businesses.
“We are very excited to be able to consolidate our warehouses and administration locations into such a unique and perfectly suited facility,” InterMed Group CEO Rick Staab said. “We have been operating at full capacity in the current buildings and with our recent expansions have outgrown our facilities. This site allows us to be more efficient in workflow and to expand our equipment training, testing and demonstration capacities in all product areas. Enhanced warehouse inventory and storage systems can now complement our expanding health technologies management growth and have direct and measurable benefits for our clients. Our plans are to add many jobs in the coming years, and our partnerships with Santa Fe College and the University of Florida provide us with large talent pools. We will continue to invest in technology and resources as we grow nationally. We are particularly pleased to stay in Alachua as we recognize this area as a top-notch health care region and a community that offers the best quality of life for the InterMed family.”
“Equally important is our belief that the UF Movement Disorder Center and the Tyler’s Hope Center of Excellence, known collectively as one of the top dystonia centers in the world, will ultimately be where we find a cure for Dystonia,” he added.
InterMed hosted an open “ribbon cutting” ceremony on January 30.