PerfectServe Names Rick Bradford VP of Sales for South Central Region

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Leader in clinical communications services adds to growing sales force

Bradford will be responsible for growing PerfectServe’s hospital clients and healthcare partnerships within the south central U.S.

Rick has impressive credentials and a track record of successes in the healthcare industry.

PerfectServe, the leading platform for intelligent clinical communication services, has strengthened its national sales force with the addition of Rick Bradford as regional vice president of sales for the south central region.

With over 27 years of healthcare industry expertise, Bradford will be responsible for growing PerfectServe’s hospital clients and healthcare partnerships within the south central United States, including Texas.

Bradford comes to PerfectServe from West-Com Nurse Call Systems, where he was the company’s national account manager and western regional manager. At West-Com he managed all aspects of the company’s contracts with key national accounts, strategic integrated delivery networks, and relationships with group purchasing organizations.

He has also worked for Ricoh Americas’ health care consulting organization, spent five years as director of IT business development for Premier, and held account executive and manager positions spanning eight years at VHA.

Bradford has a bachelor’s degree from St. Louis University.

“Rick has impressive credentials and a track record of successes in the healthcare industry,” said Terry Edwards, chief executive officer of PerfectServe. “His experience in healthcare communications and technology will further accelerate our expansion into more hospital systems in the south central region.”

About PerfectServe
PerfectServe offers intelligent voice, online and mobile clinical communication solutions for healthcare. Its industry leading platform routes calls and messages to the right doctor, at the right time, in the way each physician wishes to be reached. It gives physicians complete control over their communications while enabling hospital clinicians and nurses to expedite and improve the coordination of care. Based in Knoxville, Tenn., the intelligent clinical communications platform processes more than 35 million clinical communication interactions each year involving more than 25,000 physicians. For more information, visit http://www.perfectserve.com, Twitter or call 877-844-7728.

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