The American Medical Group Association has moved into its new headquarters at 1 Prince St. in Alexandria, Va., the former home of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, which it purchased last March for approximately $8 million.
AMGA moves into new headquarters
The 23,000-square-foot building will replace the 12,000 square feet worth of space the AMGA previously occupied in four Duke Street townhouse offices—in two different buildings—which the organization is in the process of selling.
“We have experienced remarkable progress in the past few years and had outgrown our previous offices,” said Donald Fisher, AMGA president and CEO, in a news release. “This new location allows us to accommodate staff expansion and to better serve the interests of our members. We look forward to the continued growth and prosperity of AMGA and its member groups.”
The AMGA’s membership consists of 385 medical groups in which some 117,000 physicians practice. That includes 22 groups, encompassing 4,200 doctors, that have joined so far in 2011.
Haag said AMGA board members will tour the new facility April 13, the day before the association’s annual conference begins across the Potomac River in National Harbor, Md.
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