Nevada State Bank’s certified medical bankers receive specialized training in health care industry
December 1, 2016
If seeing a medical specialist is most important when seeking care for a specific illness or health issue, then shouldn't the same be said of a physician looking for a banker to guide them on financial services?
Nevada State Bank thinks so, and recently sent five of its private bankers in Northern Nevada to complete specialized training about the unique financial needs of the health care industry, thus becoming certified medical bankers*. In order to receive certification, bankers passed an internal examination to better understand and handle the challenges faced by medical professionals, including courses on risk management and HIPAA regulations.
"Our bankers provide medical professionals with customized lending, deposit account, and treasury management solutions to help health care practices thrive and grow," said Randy Boesch, executive vice president and director of The Private Bank by Nevada State Bank in a press release. "We are aware that certain customer segments have special banking needs and felt this additional education was critical to ensure a healthy financial future for our clients' medical practices."
Nevada State Bank certified medical bankers help clients to:
Find cash flow solutions for delayed reimbursement
Stay current with new technology
Purchase or improve buildings and office space
Optimize cash management
To learn more about Nevada State Bank's certified medical bankers, contact Randy Boesch at (702) 855-4848.
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