As a result of the company’s growth throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, when many turned to virtual care services including health coaching, Pack Health is expanding its current headquarters to accommodate the increasing employee headcount. The $5.66 million project will allow Pack Health’s square footage to nearly double, from 25,000 square feet to 46,000 square feet.
Pack Health’s growth project is expected to generate up to $27 million in overall economic impact over a 20-year period, according to an estimate from the Birmingham Business Alliance (BBA), the region’s primary economic development agency.
“It is our pleasure to work with the state of Alabama to grow Pack Health in Birmingham,” said Mazi Rasulnia, PhD, founder and vice president of Pack Health. “Beyond our pride at what we have accomplished in the last few years, we are extremely proud to add 200 positions to Jefferson County and expand our capabilities in connecting diagnostic insights to our members managing chronic health conditions.