McKinney software and delivery company CourMed expands with city grant

CourMed is expanding its headquarters in McKinney. (Courtesy CourMed)
CourMed is expanding its headquarters in McKinney. (Courtesy CourMed)

CourMed is expanding its headquarters in McKinney. (Courtesy CourMed)

CourMed, a technology company providing enterprise software and concierge delivery services, has announced plans to expand its headquarters in McKinney. The company will create 22 new technology jobs over the next three years with a grant from the McKinney Economic Development Corp.’s Innovation Fund.

“The Innovation Fund will allow CourMed to expand service delivery to meet growing demand in North Texas and scale to additional markets in Florida, Arizona, California and Alabama this year,” founder and CEO Derrick L. Miles said in a news release.

The business provides delivery services from health care providers to patients' homes or offices. The technology CourMed offers is important during the pandemic, according to a MEDC news release. CourMed’s software makes it easier and safer to access health care items without leaving the house, helping prevent the spread of COVID-19, the release said.

CourMed will expand its headquarters at Hub 121 in one of the newest locations for Serendipity Labs, which is currently under construction. The address is 6800 Weiskopf Ave., Ste. 150, McKinney. While the development is being built, CourMed will temporarily expand its offices at Craig Ranch Corporate Center.

All McKinney and Collin County residents are able to sign up for CourMed’s services and can ask their physicians about free delivery of their medications or health care items.


“McKinney has provided a great launchpad for our operations, and we have experienced significant success here,” Miles said in the release. 214-903-0004. www.courmed.com/stayhome
By Miranda Jaimes
Miranda has been in the North Texas area since she graduated from Oklahoma Christian University in 2014. She reported and did design for a daily newspaper in Grayson County before she transitioned to a managing editor role for three weekly newspapers in Collin County. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 covering Tarrant County news, and is now back in Collin County as the editor of the McKinney edition.


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