January 24, 2019

Harvard Pilgrim to close Worcester office

Photo/Grant Welker
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care is closing its offices in this Main Street building.
Kate McEvoy was vice president for business development at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, based out of its Worcester office.

Health insurer Harvard Pilgrim Health Care is closing its downtown Worcester office, the company confirmed Thursday.

Phil Tracey, a spokesperson for the Wellesley-based firm, said the lease is being discontinued and the insurer's offices in Westborough, shared with subsidiary Health Plants, Inc., will now serve as the Central and Western Massachusetts office.

"Harvard Pilgrim's Central & Western Massachusetts team continues to be embedded in the Worcester community serving its local customers," Tracey said.

The consolidation resulted in the elimination of two positions, Tracey said.

The Worcester office opened in 2011 at 427 Main St. and was led by Worcester native Kate McEvoy, who was the company's vice president of Central and Western Massachusetts.


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