6 healthcare organizations adding jobs

The following healthcare organizations shared plans to hire workers in the last month, starting with the most recent.

1. Health IT firm CareSync to add 350 new jobs
Tampa, Fla.-based CareSync, a health IT company, plans to add 350 new employees to its roster by the end of next year, according to a Tampa Bay Business Journal report. The firm recently moved to its new 51,000-square-foot headquarters in Tampa, which created 150 new jobs.

2. CVS Health to open distribution center in Kansas City
Woonsocket, R.I.-based CVS Health plans to build a 762,000-square-foot distribution center in Kansas City, Mo., reports The Hutchinson News. The facility will serve more than 370 CVS stores across the Midwest and bring 260 jobs to the area, according to the report.

3. McKesson to expand RCM operations with new billing office
A new McKesson Specialty Health Indiana Regional Billing Office is slated to open in Evansville, Ind. The office, scheduled to open in early 2017, is expected to employ more than 100 people when fully staffed, according to a news release.

4. Texamo Medical Center begins construction on $50M patient tower
Texamo Medical Center broke ground Tuesday on a $50 million expansion, reports the Herald Democrat. The Denison, Texas-based hospital will build a four-story patient tower, adding an additional 100,000 square feet of space to the campus. The expansion will create up to 250 new jobs at the hospital.

5. Ohio health IT firm to create 150 new jobs
Nick Recker, CEO of Path Forward, said the Cincinnati-based health IT firm plans to invest $3 million to expand its local office and add a second one, according to a Cincinnati Business Courier report. The expansion efforts are expected to create 150 new jobs in Cincinnati.

6. Virginia Mason Memorial recruiting for nearly 100 positions
Virginia Mason Memorial is seeking job candidates for almost 100 positions at its facilities in Yakima, Wash. Openings include jobs in dietary, housekeeping, dishwashing, pharmacy, nursing, IT, security, radiology, emergency, social work, human resources and administrative support, according to the hospital.


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