American Health's New Corporate Headquarters Designed to Accommodate Current Needs, Future Growth

Worthington, Ohio, UNITED STATES

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- American Health Holding, a dual-URAC accredited, national Medical Management firm, has moved its Corporate Headquarters to Worthington, a suburb of Columbus, Ohio. The move -- driven by the company's continued growth -- went smoothly, with no disruption to American Health's clients.

American Health is leasing 32,000 square feet of space at 100 West Old Wilson Bridge Road, with the option to lease additional space in the building in the years to come. Michael J. Reidelbach, American Health's President and CEO, states that the new location was chosen primarily because of the additional room for expansion. "We were experiencing growing pains in our old location," he says. "We've grown steadily over the years, and we knew that any place we went would have to be able to keep up with us. This location meets that requirement."

Coordinating the various aspects of the move was no small task, but the combined efforts of American Health's Human Resources and Information Technology teams, ensured that it was virtually a "non-event" to American Health's clients and the more than 150 employees located at the Corporate Headquarters.

About American Health Holding, Inc.: Founded in 1993, American Health is a full-service medical management firm providing Utilization Management, Case Management, Demand Management, Out-of-Network Repricing, Referral Authorization, the Beyond Disease Management program and the Tomorrow's Child maternity/newborn program. Leading-edge technology, customer-focused flexibility and unparalleled quality of service are among the factors that make American Health a leader in the medical management community. For more information about American Health Holding, visit their website: .



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