Exscribe Moves

Bethlehem PA, June 6, 2013— Exscribe, Inc. a leading provider of orthopaedic and musculoskeletal related Electronic Health Records (EHR) software, today has relocated to new office space to accommodate its rapid growth and future expansion plans. “We are extremely pleased with the record growth we experienced in 2012 and are looking forward to establishing a premiere presence on the South Side of Bethlehem, PA, that is worthy of our employees, customers and investors,” said Richard McCormick, Chief Operating Officer of Exscribe, Inc.


The new office space, located in the Historic District of South Side Bethlehem, will provide capacity for increased customer support, development, sales and leadership functions across the company. “Our new location will allow us to tap into the rich and diverse resources of the South Side, such as Lehigh University and Northampton County Community College, while providing our current and future employees with an exciting and creative place to work. In addition, our new facility will reflect the professionalism and high standards set for us by our Orthopaedic Surgeon customers and investors,” McCormick added.


Exscribe’s new home will be in the Historic Gradwohl Building located at One West Fourth Street, South Side Bethlehem. This 18,000 square foot, three-story building dates back to the 19th century and blends the charm and craftsmanship of the 1800’s with the modern day technology and conveniences required to operate a high-tech leading edge healthcare software company.


Exscribe invites all customers and interested parties to come visit its new location and/or for a demonstration of its products.


About Exscribe

Founded in 2000 by nationally-renowned orthopedic surgeon Ranjan Sachdev, MD, MBA, Exscribe EHR is the first Electronic Health Records system with an exclusive focus on the specialized needs of orthopaedic practices. Its EHR streamlines workflow, increases profitability and supports Meaningful Use, resulting in better patient care and improved quality of life for physicians.


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