Stamford Health to relocate 270 non-clinical workers to the city


STAMFORD – Stamford Health, the city’s largest employer, plans to relocate around 270 non-clinical employees to the city by the end of the year, to reduce its office footprint.

The system plans to move these employees from the downtown offices at 1351 Washington Blvd., one mile north to 3001 Summer St. New offices are under construction.

In the new location, Stamford Health will occupy approximately 44,600 square feet, 22% less than its presence at 1351 Washington where it has had offices since 2006.

“As Stamford Health assessed our future space requirements for various support services in light of the changing demand for office space, we determined that there was an opportunity to reduce our overall footprint of 22% and find efficiencies – by improving service coordination by co-locating on a single floor and encouraging our teams to collaborate in new and innovative ways, ”said Jonathan Bailey, senior vice president and general manager of operations at Stamford Health.

Remote working instituted in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic also made the move easier, according to Bailey.


Employees moving from 1351 Washington to 3001 Summer work in several non-clinical departments: information services; the foundation of the organization; radiological programming; patient registration; finance; compliance; and marketing and communications, strategic planning, government affairs, and analysis and innovation. There will also be a new call center at 3001 Summer.

In total, around 3,700 people work for Stamford Health, which includes Stamford Hospital.

There are over 40 branches of the Stamford Health Medical Group in Fairfield County, including 12 in Stamford. All are outpatient care facilities and / or medical practices.

In Stamford, there are administrative or non-clinical offices in five main locations: Stamford Hospital, Tully Health Center, 1351 Washington, 292 Long Ridge Road, and 1 Omega Drive.

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