MDwise to Relocate, Add Jobs

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MDwise is relocating its Indianapolis headquarters to a newly-renovated office space on North Meridian Street near The Children's Museam of Indianapolis. The company will move into the new 60,000-square-foot space this summer, and says it plans to add more than 100 jobs in the coming years.

The firm also will mark its 25th anniversary this year by rolling out a new logo in the next few months that they say “better aligns with its parent organization, McLaren Health Care.”

The logo is slated to be finalized as the company moves its current headquarters on South Madison Avenue in August.
“With a 25-year track record, MDwise is stronger than ever and focused on attracting and retaining top talent, so we need to offer a competitive environment in which to work,” said Bruce Hayes, President & CEO of MDwise, in a news release. “Our new location is centrally located in an up-and-coming area that will be convenient and accessible to our employees.”

The new building features an on-site fitness center and on-site food service with a café and outdoor dining and gated parking, as well as an office design that allows for more collaboration. Cost of the relocation was not available, however, MDwise has committed to a 10-year lease with the new space. 

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