Compliant Healthcare Technologies (CHT) recently relocated its corporate offices from Holly Springs, N.C., to 7123 Pearl Road, Suite 305, in Middleburg Heights. A ribbon-cutting took place September 23 to mark the event.
CHT provides technology to hospitals and medical facilities worldwide to help control, manage and monitor medical gas systems and the environment of treatment areas and operating rooms.
Of the 72 CHT employees nationwide, 29 are located in the Middleburg Heights office. The company is also seeking to hire five additional employees for this location.
“We are proud to add Compliant Healthcare Technologies to the long and growing list of corporate headquarters in Middleburg Heights,” said Mayor Gary W. Starr. “It is even more gratifying that the company president, a long-time Middleburg Heights resident, recognizes the value of our community as a place to both raise his family and grow his company.”
Mayor Starr was referring to CHT President Jason DiMarco, a Midpark High School graduate who resides in Indian Creek with his wife and two children.
“It’s good to see a hometown guy become a success, and make Middleburg Heights the home for both his family and corporate headquarters,” said Councilman John Grech, who worked with Mr. DiMarco in the early stages of CHT’s search for a new corporate office. “This is proof that Middleburg Heights continues to be an environment where both families and companies thrive.”
Upon a referral by Councilman Grech, Director of Economic Development Charles Bichara worked with Mr. DiMarco to identify office space suitable for the new company headquarters. In the end CHT leased over 8,000 square feet of space at the Commerce Place office building on Pearl Road. The new owners of the office building worked with CHT to complete an extensive renovation and remodeling of the office space to accommodate the corporate headquarters operations for the company.
Compliant Healthcare Technologies President Jason DiMarco (2nd from left) explains the function of one of his company’s medical gas management products to (from left) Councilman Raymond Guttman, Mayor Gary W. Starr and Councilman John Grech.