Looking for a new work space? If you like newly renovated offices, a full suite of modern amenities, and being next-door neighbors with forward-thinking, growing companies with innovative cultures, this industry-leading health tech company has news for you.
Cerner can offer all these benefits and more at an innovation hub located within its 100-acre campus, just off Rt. 29 and Rt. 202 in Malvern, with over 100,000 square feet available for local companies to lease. The campus is also home to over 1,500 Cerner associates.
“Our vision is to partner with select businesses, start-ups and entrepreneurs who have similar innovative corporate cultures and interest in making a positive impact in our local community.” says Michael Long, vice president and general manager, Cerner Malvern regional office. “We have made significant renovations to the building, with room for new tenants to make their own finish improvements to customize the space to their needs.
Innovation is not new to the Cerner corporation. The 40-year old company holds 500 patents worldwide and has made more than $7 billion in cumulative R&D investments.
This summer, the company launched Anuva Health, Cerner’s first step into the provider space with a network of near-site and on-site wellness clinics. Since then the company has helped launch a handful of similar wellness centers and clinics around the country, including those serving its own workforce. These centers are designed to increase healthcare access and convenience for employees while keeping costs low for employers.
“We are excited about the prospect of sharing space with other companies and start-ups in the Malvern area,” said David Bradshaw, senior vice president, Population Health Services, Cerner. “Instead of designing our campus around one big custom offering, we opted instead to offer a network of access points in this community that can be shared by multiple employers.”
Tenants at the Malvern site will have access to the Anuva Health clinic, which offers lab testing, health coaching, a fully-integrated pharmacy, and behavioral health services, all on-site.
The Chester County Economic Development Council (CCEDC) featured Cerner’s Anuva Health Clinic at its recent Stakeholder’s breakfast to promote this innovative health care delivery system. “Cerner’s focus on innovation aligns with our mission to promote smart business growth for Chester County,” said Patrick Hayakawa, VP of Innovation and Emerging Technologies at CCEDC. “We are excited that this global IT health care provider is looking to create a tech hub in the area.”
Cerner is located in a Keystone Innovation Zone which is coordinated by CCEDC’s Ideas x Innovation Network (i2n). Qualified tenants from targeted industries like tech and life sciences can access a network of resources including legal and financial advice; market and demographic research; networking opportunities; and more.
For more information about Cerner’s innovation hub or i2n’s available resources, please contact Patrick Hayakawa at 610.321.8205.