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Health services provider moves to Tampa, brings new jobs

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Specialist health care services provider Synergy Health announced Wednesday it will move its corporate headquarters to downtown Tampa.

The previous office was located at 12425 Race Track Road. The company will move into the SunTrust building on Jackson Street.

The relocation will include 100 current employees and will add about 40 new jobs in Hillsborough County in the next year.

"This move to downtown Tampa is part of our plan to become more involved in the Tampa Bay community," said Dr. Richard Steeves, Group CEO and founder of Synergy Health.

Dr. Steeves mentioned that the new location is more convenient for the company's international colleagues.

Based in United Kingdom, Synergy Health provides sterilization services to hospitals.

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