November 21, 2022 : A group of Virginia politicians declared that ARDX, a government healthcare management and technology consulting company, would be arriving to Norfolk.
The business represents a $2.4 million investment in the city, and is anticipated to hire more than 15 people to supply jobs.
Dr. Angela Reddix, the founder, president and CEO of ARDX, expressed this transition was a story of commitment, sacrifice, faith and expectancy.
She has intimate ties to Norfolk. Reddix thanked her grandmother for supporting raise her and transition three generations of their family from deprivation to comfort.
She did this by laboring two jobs and putting ten children through institute.
Reddix told her grandmother worked in the Parks and Recreation department for the city of Norfolk, and the structure she once worked in will now bear her representation.
The company, established in 2006, is “intimately involved with Medicare Part C, D and the Affordable Care Act,” Reddix told.
The team has supported the Baltimore City Department of Social Services with a workforce expansion project, worked with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on a technical aid portal and has a long list of partnerships with other government tools.
ARDX’s new office area will be on 21st Street.