USA Health Business Support Offices to move from SHAC to west Mobile

The new space, located at 3929 Airport Boulevard near Azalea Road, will be referred to as the USA Health Office Park, or UHOP for short.

Published Aug 19th, 2019


In September, USA Health employees working at the Springhill Avenue Campus, or SHAC, will begin moving to an office building in west Mobile.

The new space, located at 3929 Airport Boulevard near Azalea Road, will be referred to as the USA Health Office Park, or UHOP for short.

“This building will allow us to be arranged more efficiently and will be a better working environment for our employees,” said Owen Bailey, chief executive officer for USA Health.

Traci Jones, chief financial officer for USA Health, said the new location will give staffers in accounting and business support departments appropriate space and a newly refurbished place to work. “This is a very positive move for a dedicated group of employees who make a significant impact, but are often behind the scenes,” she said.

Starting Sept. 9, mail and other paperwork previously sent by courier to the SHAC location should be rerouted to UHOP. Phone numbers will not change, making the transition easier.

USA Health will occupy a total of 36,227 square feet of space on five floors of the building, separated by department:

First floor: Reception (shared with other tenants)

Second floor: Business Office, Charge Service

Third floor: Accounting Billing Compliance

Fourth floor: Centralized Insurance Verification, Centralized Authorization Team, MCI Health Information Management, Cost Reimbursement

Fifth floor: Revenue Cycle PSS/HSIS

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