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The stage has been set. Much like any other market rich with educational and medical institutions, the Research Triangle Park region is a hotbed of development. Heavy equipment has become a testament to transformation. Orange construction zone signs are as common as stop signs. This is good news.
Despite economic woes, this region continues to serve as a model for developing communities around the globe. National lifestyle rankings agree that our region is one to envy. Over the past decade, elite lists have declared it among the best places to live, best places to start and grow a business, and best places for higher education and medical institutions.
ACCESS Medical Development understands that quality of life goes hand-in-hand with economic success. In order to prosper, businesses need employees and those same employees require health care to remain productive. ACCESS Medical Development was formed to provide prime locations and facilities to meet the health care needs of employees, hospitals and physicians, as well as citizens of the Triangle.
While Stephanie J. Wilson, a founding principal in ACCESS Medical Development, was working as an imaging account representative for General Electric Medical Systems, she observed that health care facilities operated under ever increasing economic constraints. Based on that observation, as well as her medical experience and understanding of hospitals’ operations, she has since co-founded a medical development company that is poised to make an imprint on the very infrastructure of our region’s future health care community.
It’s no accident that 37-year-old Wilson created ACCESS Medical Development, and it’s no wonder she chose Raleigh to set up shop. The company, a partnership between Wilson, former principal of ACCESS Development Group, and William T. Smith, former principal of The Centre Group, was created to further address the gap between quality and cost in medical facility development. The pair realized that– in terms of world-class health care– the Triangle was only on the fringe of what it could be.
… Read the full article in Business Leader magazine.