Governor Mary Fallin has announced California based Mobile Medical Examination Inc. is expanding its operations to Oklahoma, creating another 400 new jobs in the state over the next five years.
“As part of our expansion plan and to better serve our national footprint, we researched and spoke to a number of different state governments. I’m happy to announce that Oklahoma, specifically Oklahoma City was chosen as our new home,” said MedXM Chief Executive Officer Sy Zahedi.
Governor Fallin called it a “welcome addition,” one that will help the state further diversify the economic and provide new career opportunities for Oklahomans.
The company describes itself as a national leader in the design and implementation of preventive care technology and in-home health risk assessments. Its new outreach center in Oklahoma City will be the company’s second largest national outreach center adding an initial 23,000 square feet of office space with plans to expand.