A Little Rock firm that provides financial services for medical students, residents/fellows and physicians has forged a new partnership with the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), a national medical society.
Through this partnership, Panacea Financial will provide financial services to ACEP members. These solutions include checking and savings accounts, personal loans, medical school loan refinancing, practice loans, and other banking solutions tailored to medical professionals.
“Emergency physicians have served tirelessly since the COVID-19 outbreak. We’re proud to stand alongside ACEP through this partnership and serve its member base with our banking solutions. Because our company is specifically designed for physicians and physicians in training, we are uniquely able to meet the needs of ACEP members,” Panacea Financial CEO and co-founder Tyler Stafford said in a statement.
According to ACEP executive director Susan Sedory, the partnership is designed to help ACEP by giving them resources to weather and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and the financial hardships it might have caused.