Steward Health Care reportedly relocating HQ to Texas

Alyssa Rege - Print  | 

Boston-based Steward Health Care is reportedly relocating its corporate headquarters to a newly constructed office tower in Dallas, sources familiar with the issue told the Dallas Business Journal.

The sources told the Dallas Business Journal Steward plans to move its corporate executive team, comprising roughly 100 individuals, from Boston to Dallas in May.

The health system's new headquarters would be located in a newly constructed 25-story office building. Other tenants of the building reportedly include employees of the law firm Baker McKenzie, which has already begun transitioning into the building, according to the report.

Last year, the health system completed its roughly $1.9 billion merger with Franklin, Tenn.-based Iasis Healthcare to become the largest private hospital operator in the nation.

Editor's note: Becker's Hospital Review reached out to Steward Health Care for comment and will update the article as more information becomes available.

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