The state’s largest health system is moving its administrative offices to Somerville, according to The Boston Globe.
Partners HealthCare, the parent company of several health facilities, including Massachusetts General and Brigham and Women’s hospitals, began moving into its new building at Assembly Row in June. Eventually, the 13-floor building right next to the new Orange Line station will house 4,200 administrative employees.
“There’s a feeling now that the people at Partners have a home,” Peter K. Markell, chief financial officer, told the Globe.
Read the full Globe report here.