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BeneLynk Celebrates Opening of Florida Operation Center

It is an exciting time for all of us at BeneLynk. Our outreach services to help Medicare Advantage plans positively impact the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) has met with enormous receptivity. We are pleased to announce our expansion into our new BeneLynk Florida Operating Center at Sawgrass Tech Park, Building D 1619 NW 136th Ave in Sunrise, FL. This Operating Center at full capacity, will hold 500 employees. This past week, 65 BeneLynk employees celebrated its opening!

The BeneLynk Florida Operating Center will support call center staff servicing the entire country with shifts from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. (ET). To make the building comfortable for our team there, the facility boasts a cafeteria, a fitness center, a meditation room, and lots of natural spaces to get out from behind the desk and take a walk.

We are excited to expand our team, and even more excited to have the resources available to help Medicare Advantage plans throughout the nation to reach their members, understand their SDOH, and create a positive impact! This new facility adds to the expertise of our Milford, CT facility and the talented employees located there.

Our new facility houses operational groups with expertise in:

  1. Veterans in Medicare Advantage

  2. Creating and retaining Dual eligibility

  3. Removing SDOH barriers

We are excited to show off our facility to clients and prospects alike, so if you are going to be in the neighborhood, let us know.

As always, we are excited to talk about Social Determinants of Health and how we might best be of service. If you want to chat, please drop us a note today at

About the Author

Sean Libby has been an advocate for seniors, people with disabilities, veterans, and individuals with low income for over 17 years. At BeneLynk, we are committed to helping managed care plans to deliver superior Social Determinant of Health solutions to their members. We are always looking to learn more and would like to hear your ideas on how best to assist members in need.

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