CCS that distributes home healthcare products and services to patients with chronic conditions in the US received training fund of $506,000 from the Texas Workforce Commission and the City of Farmers Branch is providing $250 per job created, up to $37,500, in direct incentive funding for the corporate relocation.

CCS Medical CEO Dirk Allison said this move will enable them to better serve their customers living with chronic medical conditions while continuing to provide the home medical supplies and service.

Texas Workforce Commission chairman Tom Pauken said the relocation would create over 200 new jobs.

CCS Medical supplies diabetes test strips, insulin pumps, catheters, advanced wound care dressings, incontinence supplies, anticoagulation monitoring, and prescription medications to patients who are in need.