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SpecialtyCare Expands Brentwood, Tennessee, Headquarters

SpecialtyCare, Inc. will expand its headquarters in Brentwood, Tennessee. The healthcare company plans to create 124 new jobs in the region.

SpecialtyCare plans to consolidate multiple locations to a 40,000 square-foot facility within the Eastpark Office Park in Maryland Farms in Brentwood. The company is investing in state-of-the-art clinical training facilities with an expanded simulation operating room and classrooms with enhanced technology features.

Eastpark is owned in a partnership between Ayers Asset Management and Boyle Investment Company, which plan to transition Eastpark to a multi-tenant campus. Renovations include adding glass to the building exteriors, substantial exterior hardscape and landscaping, and interior modernization of all the building systems and common areas.

“There are more than 360,000 Tennesseans employed in the healthcare industry and it’s because of companies like SpecialtyCare that Tennessee will lead in job creation, as this industry continues to thrive in our state,” Governor Bill Haslam said. “We thank SpecialtyCare for its continued investment in Tennessee and for creating more than 100 new high-quality jobs in Williamson County.”

“Since 2011, 15,500 jobs have been created in Tennessee’s healthcare industry and I appreciate SpecialtyCare for creating more than 100 new jobs to this sector,” Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe said. “I want to thank SpecialtyCare for investing in our state and I look forward to seeing the company’s future growth in Tennessee.”

“As a leading provider of outsourced clinical services across the United States, SpecialtyCare has enjoyed steady growth for over a decade. This move allows us to further support that growth by bringing our administrative and training teams that support our clinicians under one roof in Eastpark,” SpecialtyCare CEO Sam Weinstein, MD, MBA, said.

“The larger, modernized space with its upgraded training facilities provides room to expand and gives us easy access to local resources,” Weinstein added. “SpecialtyCare has a long-standing relationship with Boyle. Ayers Asset Management and Boyle have done a wonderful job renovating Eastpark Three for us. We are grateful to the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development and TVA for supporting our efforts as an employer of choice. Eastpark will be a great new home that accommodates our needs today and as we continue to grow.”

“The ownership group is committed to returning Eastpark to a fully modernized Class A office park,” Executive Vice President of Ayers Asset Management Jon Ayers said. “We’re excited to welcome SpecialtyCare as the anchor tenant to kick off this redevelopment.”


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