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By Todd Short, COO – YTEXAS

Oculus Health, which provides chronic care management services for patients and doctors. signed a 27,300-square-foot lease at the Las Colinas Corporate Center II in Irving, Texas. The company will relocate its headquarters from Portsmouth, NH.

Oculus Health will keep its Portsmouth office, while the new corporate headquarters will consolidate three remote operations. Initially, 80 employees will work in the new office, as the patient care concierge firm plans to more than double the number of employees in the next year.

“We looked at locations in Atlanta, Las Vegas and Charlotte, N.C., and we determined that Dallas offered the greatest tech and care-management talent pool to grow our company,” said Sridhar Yerramreddy, president and CEO of Oculus Health. “We plan to more than double our number of employees in the next year, and we believe we can find the highly skilled tech labor force in Dallas that we’ll need.

Clay Vaughn and Preston Lynn of commercial real estate firm CBRE represented Oculus in its hunt for an office location.

“Oculus chose Dallas because of the excellent business climate, low real estate costs, and to be better positioned to rapidly expand the company,” Vaughn said. “The whole process from start to finish was about 60 days, which is very fast for a headquarters relocation.”