In June of this year, Bridget Thomas joined Medicom as a leader on the client service team, bringing with her a breadth of knowledge in the healthcare space.
Growing up in a family of providers to critical access hospitals, she took note early on of the importance of quality healthcare and proper outreach. From there, she went on to work as a marketing manager for a small system in south-central Wisconsin, eventually moving into clinic management and liaison work. When a job changed forced her relocation, Bridget joined Tea Leaves Health, a leader in the CRM space, where she worked remotely doing client work, running trainings, and developing relationships. After 4 years she jumped ship and joined Medicom mainly because, “HRAs are the best digital call-to-action I’ve seen!” Recommending the HRAs throughout her career, this felt like the next logical step. If you haven’t had a chance to meet her yet – you will soon. A good portion of her time is spent face-to-face with clients talking through operational hiccups, ways to best target consumers, appropriate use of budgets and most importantly – how to measure effectiveness of marketing dollars. Feel free to reach out to her at BThomas@medicomhealth.com.
Current Netflix Binge: Shameless. Oh man. What a show!
Hometown: Onalaska, WI but I’ve lived in nearly every corner of Wisco – except the Northwoods; I’m saving that for retirement.
Hobbies: Soccer, Swimming, Dance Class and anything else my 5-year-old daughter or 2-year-old son take interest in. Oh, and learning how to cook in an InstantPot.
Work Motto: “Run the day or the day runs you” from Jim Rohn. It’s written on a wall in my office.
Best part of her job? Getting to travel to all sorts of places. Whether it’s the middle of Missouri or Manhattan – everywhere I go has something special to offer. And I get to learn so much…like what a Palmetto Bug is and the grammatical difference between “y’all” and “all y’all!
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