University Hospitals Plans Expansion in Highland Hills

A rendering of the new Highland Hills building. Photo courtesy of University Hospitals.
A rendering of the new Highland Hills building. Photo courtesy of University Hospitals.

Approximately 600 administrative employees from a handful of spots across throughout Northeast Ohio eventually will move to the new building.

University Hospitals' Vice President of System Resource Management, Mary Beth Levine, said the new site will bring workers closer to the hospital's management services center in Shaker Heights.

She hopes it'll make work more efficient for employees who have to shuffle between the two office buildings.

"It'll cut down on travel time, and make the oversight of the financial functions more easily manageable, so people will be actually get to know each other and work better together in teams on site," she said.

UH is set to close on the building later this month, and plans to have all employees in place by the spring of 2015.

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