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PathGroup Expands Operations In Davidson County, Tennessee

06/13/2017
Pathology and lab test provider PathGroup will invest approximately $18 million to expand its operations center in Davidson County, Tennessee. The firm plans to create more than 200 jobs in a consolidated lab and corporate back office.

“We’re grateful for our Tennessee roots and look forward to continue growing with the communities where our employees live and work,” Dr. Ben Davis, President & CEO of PathGroup, said. “Our strong foundation in the local business community allows us to leverage our national reach, ensuring that doctors have the highest quality data and diagnostics, to enhance outcomes for patients.”

Headquartered in Brentwood, PathGroup currently operates three labs in the Nashville area that will be now be located in the new lab facility at 1000 Airpark Center Drive.

“PathGroup has been serving Nashville’s health care community for more than 50 years,” Governor Bill Haslam said. “I’d like to thank PathGroup for its continued commitment to Middle Tennessee. The creation of more than 200 well-paying healthcare jobs is welcome news for our state and brings us closer to making Tennessee the No. 1 location in the Southeast for high quality jobs.”

“The healthcare industry contributes nearly $39 billion to Middle Tennessee’s economy each year,” Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe said. “Thanks to companies like PathGroup, health care has played a central role in the region’s dynamic and growing economy. We’re pleased to see PathGroup move forward with this significant investment in Nashville and look forward to its continued growth, which will help provide new job opportunities for Middle Tennesseans.”

“I am very pleased to see the consolidation and growth of PathGroup’s operations in Davidson County, bringing high-quality jobs and capital investment in the healthcare industry to Nashville,” Nashville Mayor Megan Barry said. “This announcement further bolsters Nashville’s status as the health care capital of the United States and supports the continued growth of the economy in the Donelson area.”

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