HealthQuarters is the new headquarters for your health, bringing all your providers under one roof.
HealthQuarters is the new headquarters for your health, uniting all aspects of modern care. We bring together great clinicians, wellness practitioners, and brands so people can get the things they need for long-term health — all in one place.
Steve Schrodel is the Chief Executive Officer of HealthQuarters, which builds and manages shared medical space for health and wellness providers, creating an integrated and differentiated experience for patients. He previously served as Chief Operating Officer for Edenbridge Health, an operator of comprehensive programs caring for the frail elderly, and Vice President of Operations at Iora Health, where he helped grow the company from four locations to become a national leader in the provision of primary care to seniors before its acquisition by One Medical. Prior to Iora, Steve was Vice President of Development for Au Bon Pain, where he was responsible for U.S. new unit growth in institutional channels, with a focus on hospital-based real estate. Previously, Steve was a Principal in the private equity practice of the boutique strategy consulting firm the Parthenon Group, where he performed due diligence analysis related to acquisitions in the retail and health care industries. Steve was also the Founder and CEO of Isis Parenting, a Boston-based chain of centers with retail stores and educational programs for expecting and new parents. Before starting Isis, Steve worked in the health care practice at Deloitte Consulting, advising hospital and insurance clients on operational and financial strategy.
Steve began his career in health care policy – first as Communications Director of the Vermont Health Care Authority under Governor Howard Dean, and later as an Associate for AcademyHealth in Washington, D.C. Steve received his BA from Middlebury College and his MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He lives in Lexington, MA with his wife, two sons, one dog, and a varying number of alpacas, goats, chickens and bees.