National Medical Billing Services, a national healthcare revenue cycle management company that specializes in servicing ambulatory surgery centers and their affiliated surgeons, today announced that it has been named to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s 2017 “Top Workplaces” list, the third year in a row that National Medical has been awarded the honor.
The newspaper’s annual award is based solely on employee feedback, recognizing those organizations where employees feel inspired and are given the room to do great things. Over 1,200 organizations were nominated for this esteemed designation, and only the top 125 organizations were selected, including other prominent St. Louis employers such as Edward Jones, Monsanto Co., and Nestle Purina PetCare Co.
“It is once again a tremendous honor to receive this prestigious recognition for the third consecutive year,” said Nader Samii, CEO of National Medical Billing Services. “Our culture has defined this company, and it remains our single largest advantage as a leader in our industry. I am thrilled to share this award with everyone who makes National Medical an exceptional company.”
National Medical is committed to selecting people with strong intellect, sharp analytical minds, intense dedication and an undying passion to provide exceptional customer service for our clients, all while promoting an environment where having fun is encouraged. The company has been recognized on multiple occasions as a Top 100 Global Outsourcing Company, as published by Fortune magazine, was named to the St. Louis Business Journal’s “2017 Best Places to Work” list, and Becker’s Hospital Review’s “150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare” for the past four years.
“At National Medical we have always been focused on finding the best and brightest individuals who embody our culture. In doing so, we have created a company that is passionate about innovating and working to serve our customers,” said Lisa Rock, President of National Medical Billing Services. “It is humbling to work with a team so committed to building a remarkable workplace.”
This post was first published June 26, 2017 and was updated July 29, 2020.