Connecticut Governor: WellSpark Health Create New Jobs

Connecticut Governor: WellSpark Health Create New Jobs

Governor Lamont and WellSpark Health Announce Plans To Expand and Create New Jobs at the Company’s Connecticut Headquarters
Company Plans to Add 287 Jobs in Farmington

FARMINGTON, CT (STL.News) Governor Ned Lamont and executives of WellSpark Health today held a news conference at the company’s headquarters in Farmington, where they announced plans for the company to rapidly grow its operations at the location, including the creation of 287 new jobs over the next seven years.

Established in 2013, WellSpark Health (formerly Care Management Solutions, Inc.) is a leading wellbeing, disease prevention and management company focused on economically diverse, multicultural, long-tenured employee populations who struggle with their health. The company’s life-dimensional approach focuses on the whole person addressing the biopsychosocial factors affecting health.

The company currently employs more than 70 people at its Farmington headquarters and is actively recruiting new hires.

“My administration is laser-focused on doing everything we can to get Connecticut’s economy growing again, particularly in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic,” Governor Lamont said.  “We are seeing some encouraging signs, including an increase of 16,500 new households moving into the state over the last year, and a nine percent increase in new business registrations. 

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