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Akeso Continues Its Rapid Expansion in California with Its Acquisition of MedWorks Medical Center in Templeton, CA, Increasing Its Total Number of Clinics to Fourteen

IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Akeso Occupational Health announced today the acquisition of MedWorks Medical Center located in Templeton, CA.

“We are excited to welcome Dr. Cordero and MedWorks Medical Center as our fourteenth clinic in California,” said Chuck Kruger, CEO of Akeso. Kruger added, “MedWorks has been a fixture on the central coast since they first opened their doors in 1999, always providing the best level of care to a diverse group of local agricultural, hospitality and other industrial employers. We look forward to combining the resources of our current Santa Maria clinic with MedWorks, allowing us to provide an increasing level of occupational health coverage from northern San Louis Obispo County through southern Santa Barbara County.

About Akeso Occupational Health (

Akeso Occupational Health develops occupational medicine clinic groups that improve injured worker outcomes through a focus on the patient and a commitment to better partnerships with the payor. The experts at Akeso believe the key to fixing the workers’ compensation system centers around a dedicated group of physicians committed to the right care, without financial incentives for over-treating injured workers. These highly skilled physicians are backed by a clinical organization that works more closely with the insurance carrier and employer to make sure that the right care is delivered in a timelier manner.


Chuck Kruger

Chief Executive Officer
(949) 500-6543


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