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Accuray Moves HQ to Madison
Accuray – a global leader in precision radiation therapy and makers of CyberKnife, TomoTherapy and Radixact – now with FDA VitaHold Breast Package has just moved its headquarters to Madison, WI.
The company is expanding its footprint in Madison with expansion of its manufacturing facility and a new, state-of-the-art training center where it will train customers on its latest technology and radiotherapy platforms.
Accuray held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, August 29. Accuray CEO Suzanne Winter and Secretary Missy Hughes, CEO of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, made brief remarks, and Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway and State Senator Kelda Roys were on site, in addition to Accuray staff, business leaders and other dignitaries.
The event marked the completion of two projects at their Madison location – the expansion of its manufacturing facility and the completion of a new, state-of-the-art training center where it will train customers on its latest technology and radiotherapy platforms.
This announcement reinforces the company’s commitment to Madison’s health tech sector with 289 employees in Madison and 319 in Wisconsin.
Accuray develops, manufactures, and sells radiotherapy systems for advanced cancer treatments, enabling patients to live longer and better lives. Accuray is the only major U.S. manufacturer exclusively manufacturing its systems in the U.S. for export around the globe. The company is committed to building our business in Wisconsin and contributing to the state’s growth as a global leader in biomedical and healthcare technology. Accuray is devoted to fighting cancer with innovative treatment options that can provide lifesaving and cost-effective therapy to patients.