July 18, 2019
Bridge Connector relocating to Capitol View
Nashville-based health care tech company Bridge Connector is relocating its downtown headquarters to mixed-use district Capitol View to accommodate its expanding team.
Capitol View is home to a number of health care companies, including HCA Healthcare, HealthStream, Parallon, Sarah Cannon and ProviderTrust. The mixed-use development also includes the soon-to-be-open Frankie Pierce Park, which serves as a trail head for the Nashville Greenway.
Since moving its headquarters to Nashville from Florida in early 2018, Bridge Connector has been operating in the Fifth Third Center space previously occupied by Intermedix. The move to Capitol View will allow the company to continue to grow its staff and recruit talent in the Nashville market, according to a press release. The office is set to open early 2020 and will be located in a building (pictured) at 500 11th Ave. N. and home to the aforementioned HealthStream.
“Capitol View is quickly becoming a hub for the health care industry in Nashville, and we couldn’t turn down an opportunity to be a neighbor to a growing number of like-minded and innovative companies,” Judson Lathe, chief operating officer at Bridge Connector, said in the release. “It’s hard to not be excited about this district; it has everything you could ask for in a modern working environment, and our employees are looking forward to being a part of the community.”
Founded in 2017, Bridge Connector was created as a way for health systems, insurance companies and health care organizations to share data more effective. The company currently serves more than 40 clients throughout 1,000 facilities with expectations to gain up to 150 new clients by the end of the year.