UMC, Inc. Officially Announces The Relocation of Its Headquarters

AURORA, Ill., May 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- UMC, Inc. (Pink Sheets: UMCN) a provider of revenue cycle management solutions to hospitals, physician group practices, clinics, and other healthcare providers, officially announced its relocation of its headquarters to Aurora, Illinois.  The relocation will provide more amenable environments for UMC's customers and improve employee facilities.  Consequently, UMC, Inc. and its subsidiaries will also need to accommodate expected future company growth and increasing staff numbers.

Danniel E. Stevens, chief executive officer, stated, "locating the headquarters to the western suburbs of Chicago provides the organization an opportunity to efficiently travel to customer locations and provides a vast talent pool from which to access diverse and highly skilled human capital resources."

About UMC, Inc.

UMC, Inc., through its subsidiaries and affiliates, provides e-commerce software solutions, extended business office, and traditional collection services to the healthcare industry.  For more information, visit www.umchealthcare.com.

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.  Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks that may cause UMC, Inc.'s performance to differ materially.  Such risks include, without limitation: changes in trends in the financial services industry; our ability to compete successfully with competitors in the market; our ability to maintain client contracts or to enter into new contracts; uncertainties related to future incentive payments; and, our ability to operate successfully in new lines of business.

SOURCE UMC, Inc.

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