This fall, a couple of medical-related businesses are moving to Occidental Management’s Offices at Cranbrook at 10111 E. 21st St. just east of 21st and Webb Road.
Trajectory Revenue Cycle Services owner Derrick Idbeis is moving his medical accounting and billing business there in November.
“We have completely run out of space,” Idbeis says of the 2,200 square feet he has at the Terradyne Country Club.
“I’m about to kick my business development guy out of his office and put cubicles in there.”
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Idbeis laughs and says his business development employee needs to be out pounding the pavement anyway.
Trajectory will take 3,640 square feet at the third building at the Offices at Cranbrook. Idbeis says he anticipates that’s only the initial square footage he’ll need there.
“We keep growing.”
Idbeis says there’s room to expand, and he expects he will.
“We’re looking for a long-term relationship.”
Occidental president Chad Stafford handled the deal for the initial space.
Idbeis has been in the medical billing business for a decade, and he’s had his own company for three years.
He offers billing and coding services for hospitals and physicians.
Trajectory has 32 employees. Idbeis says he hopes to have everyone moved by Nov. 1, though it may end up being a little later than that.
Also in November, Wichita Radiological Group and its Cypress Imaging will be opening the new Cypress Imaging at Cranbrook.
“This will be our fourth site,” says group president Kamran Ali.
“We’ve been running this integrated facility for 14 years,” he says. “We want to help improve the health care of women in this town.”
The new 1,719-square-foot space will be for screening mammograms only.
“Our volume had grown quite a bit,” Ali says. “We felt like we needed to branch out on the east side.”
By having an office that solely does mammogram screenings, that will allow patients to get in and out quickly.
Ali says the thought was to decrease waiting times and make the experience as smooth as possible.
“There’s so much anxiety that comes … with getting a mammogram.”
He also says that “the aesthetics in this place will make it a nice, gentle experience.”
The new office will open in early November.
Occidental’s Michael Madden and Craig Simon of Landmark Commercial Real Estate handled the deal.
Ali says there are no additional offices planned for now but that “we’re always thinking.”
“Over the years, we’ve gotten such a great response from the medical community and the people of Kansas.”