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TMS Health Continues to Expand - Adding Over 60 New Jobs at Boca Raton Headquarters
Date:9/30/2009

BOCA RATON, Fla., Sept. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- TMS Health, the largest provider of outbound and inbound Teleservices to the U.S. Pharmaceutical Industry, is expanding its Boca Raton headquarters.

TMS Health continues its phenomenal growth as the nation's leading healthcare dedicated communications company specializing in customized programs designed to cost effectively extend the sales and marketing reach of its clients. The company provides support assistance for pharmaceutical, medical device, clinical trial recruitment, and other health and wellness companies interested in reaching and supporting consumers, physicians, and pharmacists.

Combining state of the art technology, strategic partnerships, and a dedicated team has allowed TMS Health to create over 400 new jobs nationwide in 2009. While other segments of the economy have struggled this year, the healthcare industry has continued to be strong," says Gary Hainz, CFO of TMS Health. "In fact, our company is actively developing and introducing new and innovative programs and services to our clients in addition to our current offerings."

TMS Health recently received assistance from the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County which has supported the expansion efforts of the company.

TMS Health's headquarters will remain in Boca Raton, moving to a larger adjacent facility located at 4950 Communications Avenue Suite 300, (561) 226-5000, www.tmshealth.com. In addition to the added square footage the company will be filling 60 new positions. The new space will be approximately 53,000 sq. ft. and is being designed to showcase the technology and talent that has made TMS an industry leader.

"We are pleased that this national company continues to make Palm Beach County its home. Boca Raton continues to be a place that attracts and retains world class companies and innovative talent," said Kelly Smallridge pr
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