Fusion Healthcare Staffing Announces Headquarter Relocation

Press Release updated: Oct 27, 2017 14:00 MDT

Today, Fusion Healthcare Staffing (“Fusion”) announced that it has completed the relocation of its corporate headquarters in Sandy, Utah to accommodate additional growth and better meet the needs of its business and employees.

“We are excited about the new office space and location of our corporate headquarters. This new Class A office space is in the heart of downtown Sandy, Utah and is centrally located between Salt Lake County and Utah County,” said Fusion Board member and Chief Financial Officer Jarin Dana, “Additionally, this office space provides us the necessary footprint to meet our growth plans for the next two to three years.”

About Fusion: The medical staffing experts at Fusion have been recruiting emergency medicine, hospitalist, and psychiatrist physicians, as well as advanced practice providers, for their clients across the United States since 2013, and have been repeatedly recognized by national organizations for quality and excellence. Fusion is committed to finding qualified healthcare providers for their clients while providing an exceptional locum tenens experience for their physicians and advanced practitioners.

Media Contact:
Jarin Dana
Phone: 385.800.3088
Email: [email protected]

Source: Fusion Healthcare Staffing, LLC

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