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Women’s health care group moving into newly built Tampa medical center

  • By Louis Llovio
  • | 4:30 p.m. June 27, 2024
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A women's healthcare group is moving into one of two building at a newly built 18,000-square-foot medical center in Tampa.
A women's healthcare group is moving into one of two building at a newly built 18,000-square-foot medical center in Tampa.
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A women’s health physician group is opening a new office in Tampa on Fletcher Avenue.

Women’s Care has leased one of two buildings in the newly developed Fletcher Medical Office Building in the city’ Carrollwood neighborhood. The doctor’s group has taken a total of 9,000 square of space.

The group expects to move in Sept. 16 and to have 25 on-site employees. 

The buildings are at 3331 W. Fletcher Ave. and 3333 W. Fletcher Ave., about a half-mile east of North Dale Mabry Highway.

Flagship Health Properties, the North Carolina outpatient health care real estate firm which built the center, says Women’s Care is moving into the south building leaving the 9,000-square-foot north building still for lease.

Women’s Care was founded in 1998 in Florida and today also operates in Arizona, California and Kentucky. Its services include obstetrics and gynecology; fertility, maternal fetal medicine; gynecologic oncology; urogynecology; nutritional and genetic counseling; and lab and imaging services.

It currently has more than 100 outpatient locations, according to its website.

As for Flagship, it has 19 facilities in Florida, seven of those between Wesley Chapel in Pasco County and Nokomis in Sarasota County. The company says the Fletcher Avenue property is its first ground-up development in the Tampa market.

According to a statement, Flagship mostly works in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the U.S. and manages more than 6.5 million square feet of space in over 324 properties and has more than 600 tenants

The firm — whose services include acquisitions, development, leasing and brokerage, as well as facilities, property and asset management — also manages Flagship Healthcare Trust.

The real estate investment trust, according to the statement, has interest in 107 properties totaling 2.74 million square feet of space and valued at over $1 billion.



Louis Llovio

Louis Llovio is the deputy managing editor at the Business Observer. Before going to work at the Observer, the longtime business writer worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Maryland Daily Record and for the Baltimore Sun Media Group. He lives in Tampa.

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