Get Real Health Holds Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony to Christen New Office
Before a contingent of esteemed federal, state and county dignitaries, Get Real Health held an official ribbon-cutting at its new offices in Rockville, Md.
The expanded office space signals significant growth for the company which began with a handful of executives and employees in Montgomery County’s first Tech Incubator a decade ago. In the ensuing years, Get Real Health has established itself as a global leader in digital health with a growing list of clients in the US and abroad.
“The purpose of today’s event was more than a grand opening,” said company President, CEO and Founding Partner, Robin Wiener. “Get Real Health is a local success story that would not have been possible without the support of organizations from both the State of Maryland and Montgomery County. Just as we strive to further our mission of increased patient data access, these groups foster a cooperative spirit by giving local companies the tools to succeed.”
After opening remarks from Wiener, attendees toured the new space in the heart of Rockville at 51 Monroe Street. Spanning nearly the entire 17th floor with views for miles, the state of the art offices feature 8,200 square feet with room for 65 employees, a wellness room, multiple conference rooms, smaller huddle rooms and white board desks and walls to encourage collaboration and creativity.
Many of those in attendance offered remarks echoing Wiener’s sentiment that the government and its agencies are there to bolster small business owners and as such, have a vested interest in their success. The company is committed to repaying the local community through sponsorships and mentoring opportunities and will continue to contribute any way it can.