Helping newly hatched health care practitioners to manage their investment outlays, Bankers Healthcare Group of Davie recently revealed an innovative debt solution system in partnership with ELFI, SouthEast Bank’s education loan financing system.
ELFI brings a special sensibility to the singular needs experienced by relatively new health care professionals as they strive to balance their burgeoning careers with a manageable way to pay off student loans incurred from medical school. The new partnership is designed to ease their burden.
"We are looking forward to working with the health care professionals of Bankers Healthcare Group by providing low-cost student loan refinancing and consolidation alternatives," Barbara Thomas, SouthEast Bank’s EVP and head of the ELFI loan program, said. “In addition to having low rates and flexible terms on our loans, we know how to best serve the needs of our customers given our long history in the student loan industry.”
Founded in 2001, Bankers works solely with health care professionals, focusing on their unique challenges and developing custom solutions to help practitioners balance career and financial goals. Its corporate headquarters are in Davie with financial headquarters in Syracuse, New York.
The company has grown over 2,500 percent over the last 10 years and has previously been ranked as one of Inc.’s fastest growing companies. BHG employs more than 270 individuals.
SouthEast Bank, based in Tennessee, operates with approximately $1 billion in assets to serve students with medical and pharmaceutical education loan packages as well as offering consolidation options.