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UT: GoHealth Breaks Ground On Lindon Facility, Will Bring 1,200 Jobs

31 Aug, 2020


GoHealth, Inc., a leading health insurance marketplace, will celebrate its expansion with a groundbreaking ceremony at a new facility in Lindon, Utah, which will bring nearly 1,200 jobs to the area in the next five years.
 
“GoHealth has seen tremendous success here in Lindon and we are thrilled to expand in this community,” said CEO and co-founder Clint Jones. “Our Lindon employees’ hard work and dedication are responsible for many of GoHealth’s achievements, both locally and nationally, and we are proud to continue working and growing with this team.”
 
“We are excited to be a part of Utah’s growing economy,” said Chief Strategy Officer and cofounder Brandon Cruz. “This new facility will contribute greatly to that growth while also supporting our mission of improving access to healthcare in America.”  
 
GoHealth first took up residence in Lindon in 2018, bringing hundreds of jobs to the community and establishing the company as a nationwide resource for Americans to find the right health insurance for them. The five-floor, 156,000 square foot building will include state-of-the-art meeting and training rooms, phone booths, a gym with lockers and showers, a full service café, and more to service its more than 1,000 employees.
 
Importantly, it will be a state-of-the art, post-COVID-19 facility fully equipped to keep the GoHealth team safe and comfortable while working. COVID-19 safety precautions include furniture layouts that allow for social distancing, touchless dispensers in bathrooms and kitchens, state-of-the-art HVAC and ventilation systems, automatic doors, stations providing personal protective equipment (PPE) and sanitation throughout the building and operable windows in certain areas.
 
“We have enjoyed having GoHealth in the state and are happy they have decided to expand operations here again,” said Val Hale, executive director of the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development, when the expansion was announced earlier this year. “This expansion will bring more than triple the jobs they brought to Utah in 2018, which will be great for our state as we work to reactivate our economy.”
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