While there might be mild disappointment that the shiny new addition to Marlboro Avenue behind Target in Easton is not the much anticipated Harris Teeter food store, there remains good reason to celebrate. The County’s fourth largest business, Health Integrity, and its philanthropic wing, the Delmarva Foundation, will be moving many of their 230 employees into their digs next Monday.
Rather than relocate off the Eastern Shore, Health Integrity decided to stay put, which means good things to Talbot County’s economy. With most of their employees having advanced degrees, as well as experience as nurses, computer analysts, and law enforcement, those high paying jobs add considerably to the local economy.
But what exactly does Health Integrity do? That’s the question the Spy posed to their president Sandy Love earlier this week.
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