Meet Bankers Healthcare Group, a trusted financial partner focused exclusively on providing innovative solutions to healthcare professionals.
Recognizing the unique financing needs of healthcare professionals, Albert Crawford, Bob Castro and Eric Castro combined their vision and leadership to found Bankers Healthcare Group in 2001. As the company has grown from three to over 300, Bankers Healthcare Group has remained committed to providing healthcare professionals with the most innovative financial solutions in the industry.
Albert Crawford, Bob Castro and Eric Castro founded Bankers Healthcare Group
Surpassed $100 million in loan fundings
Ranked no. 5 overall on Inc. magazine’s annual list of America’s fastest growing privately held companies, the Inc. 500|5000
Surpassed $100 million in loan fundings in one year
BHG Chairman and CEO Al Crawford selected to participate in the CEO Project
Expanded offerings to physical therapists, physician assistants and nurse practitioners
Opened National Sales Office in New York City
Surpassed $200 million in funded loans for a single year
BHG owners named Ernst & Young Entrepreneurs of the Year in Florida
Received the Inc. Hire Power Award for job creation
Moved into newly renovated Financial Headquarters in Syracuse, NY
Surpassed $1 billion in total funded loans
Partnered with Pinnacle Bank to launch BHG Power MasterCard® credit card
Surpassed $2 billion in total funded loans
Moved into newly renovated corporate headquarters in Davie, FL
Pinnacle Bank aquired 30% share in BHG
Launched BHG Insurance Services
Pinnacle purchased additional 19% of BHG, increased ownership stake to 49%
Our history of success is credited to our leadership, who continue to turn the Bankers Healthcare Group vision into a reality by understanding the complex needs and challenges of today’s practitioners and working to expand and improve our programs to further your success.
Since its inception, Bankers Healthcare Group has received numerous awards and accolades for continued growth and innovation, including recognition from Inc. ten times. We invite you to contact us today to learn more about loan programs and credit cards, as well as the unique process that makes Bankers Healthcare Group a leader in financing to healthcare professionals nationwide.
BHG's team is full of people who are optimistic, who have passion, energy, purpose, and use these qualities to execute projects with excellence and build BHG. Here, each and every team member has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Working with us is a chance to make a difference, for your company and for your career.
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