Three advisers join medical accountancy specialists

by Kevin Reed

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12 Dec 2013

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THREE new advisers have been appointed to BW Medical Accountants.

The Newcastle-based firm has expanded its team to 12 with the recruitment of Ann Crowder, Tina Milligan and Rachel Ormston.

Crowder has more than 25 years' experience in finance, and will focus on medical services for its clients.

Milligan, also a qualified maths teacher, has served at Newcastle United Football Club and as a medical accountant at RMT. Ormston has also served at RMT after starting here career at Robson Laidler.

Keith Taylor, head of medical services, BW Medical Accountants, said: "We estimate that less than 50% of GP practices are currently supported by specialist medical accountants, so it's our aim to help as many medical professionals as possible manage their finances and navigate the challenges facing the sector."

The specialist firm was set up in July 2013, providing a range of accountancy and tax services to the healthcare sector.

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