A San Francisco-based health technology company is expected to create 43 new jobs in Dublin by March 1, generating around $ 336,000 in net tax revenue through 2028, according to an economic development agreement that the city council of Dublin approved in December.
The 15% four-year withholding incentive is valued at $ 35,090 and is contingent upon the provision by Nurx Inc. of documentation of a signed initial three-year lease of a 6,000 facility. to 15,000 square feet in Dublin by February 1. and occupying this facility before March 1.
The facility will be a non-commercial pharmacy that will fill electronically-generated prescription prescriptions for patients through Nurx’s digital platform, according to the agreement.
“Dublin is proud to host companies that are making healthcare more accessible through technological innovations for patients across the country,” said Jenna Goehring, Dublin Economic Development Administrator. “As a pioneer in telemedicine, Nurx will join a community of leading companies striving to meet the demands of the future, today.”
Nurx is a healthcare technology company that provides convenient, affordable and personalized healthcare by connecting patients with medical providers and delivering drugs and tests to patients at home. other conditions, according to a Dublin press release announcing the economic development agreement.
The Dublin site will be the second for Nurx since its creation in 2016.
“The favorable business environment in the region particularly impressed us as we searched for a second location, and we look forward to joining the extensive network of health technology companies in Dublin and the Columbus area,” Nurx CEO Varsha Rao said in a press release. . “We appreciate JobsOhio’s help with our site selection process, which helped streamline our senior management’s decision. “
Celeste Perron, head of communications for Nurx, said details of the company’s Dublin operations would be announced in February.