Cancer Treatment Centers of America plans to move its headquarters from Schaumburg to Boca Raton, Fla. The new headquarters will eventually employ about 225 people, including executives who relocate from the suburban Chicago office, according to an announcement by Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s office.
“Selecting Boca Raton as our new corporate headquarters represents a major step in positioning Cancer Treatment Centers of America to serve even more patients in the future, while simultaneously providing our dedicated and valued employees with exciting opportunities for further personal and professional development,” Cancer Centers president and CEO Gerard van Grinsven stated in a joint news release.
Cancer Treatment Centers operates a network of five hospitals focused on treating patients with complex or advanced stage cancers. It has hospitals in north suburban Zion as well as Goodyear, Ariz.; Newnan, Ga.; Philadelphia; and Tulsa.
Modern Healthcare reported the Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board recently approved an $84 million 168,000-square-foot patient tower at the CTCA’s Midwestern Regional Medical Center, a 73-bed hospital in Zion.