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Woman-founded and led small disadvantaged business to expand in Norfolk

Gov. Glenn Youngkin today, Nov. 17, announced that ARDX®, a government healthcare management and technology consulting firm, will invest $2.4 million to relocate and expand in the City of Norfolk.

ARDX will transfer operations from Lake Wright Drive to 500 West 21st Street in order to increase staffing and establish a new Division of Health Equity, which will improve access, quality, and outcomes of service delivery to the nation’s most vulnerable populations. The project will create at least 15 new jobs.

“ARDX is a visionary company that provides critical healthcare consulting services to at-risk populations while creating good job opportunities in the Virginia communities they serve,” said Youngkin. “We are proud that ARDX continues to reinvest in the Commonwealth, and look forward to supporting the company’s growing operation in Norfolk.”

“As ARDX continues to expand its nationwide reach, we are pleased that the City of Norfolk offers the business environment and workforce to accommodate the company’s growth,” said Secretary of Commerce and Trade Caren Merrick. “This important investment by a Woman-Founded Small Disadvantaged Business reinforces Virginia’s commitment to support businesses of all sizes, and we congratulate ARDX on its success.”

Dr. Angela Reddix, Founder and CEO of ARDX, was quoted as saying, “As a native of Virginia, I am honored to leverage ARDX’s 16 years of experience to support initiatives that bridge the gap between social determinants of health and race equity,” said D “Through contracts and initiatives such as the Temporary Assistance for Needy Family (TANF) Program, ARDX is excited to be a contributor to the public health ecosystem of our nation.”

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