Bank of Nevada’s Healthcare Team Ready to Serve Southern Nevada’s Growing Healthcare Industry

May 14, 2018

Southern Nevada’s healthcare industry will experience double digit growth by the year 2024, adding thousands of jobs at local hospitals, physician offices, medical groups and related businesses.

Long-term projections made by the State of Nevada show the need for healthcare practitioners, support staff and related technical occupations will add nearly 25,000 jobs in the Las Vegas Valley by 2024*. The jobs will be fueled by the region’s growth, expected net migration and an aging population.

Bank of Nevada’s Healthcare team is the choice for hundreds of healthcare business operators in Southern Nevada who seek the banking solutions and industry specific knowledge that help them meet the demands of a complicated healthcare system.

Bank of Nevada was among the first to dedicate a team of knowledgeable relationship managers to the banking needs of businesses in the healthcare industry. Team members are well versed in the changing challenges faced by healthcare operators, the important balance between patient needs and rising healthcare costs, as well as how an inefficient claims process affects cash flow.

For those organizations seeking to meet future growth, Bank of Nevada’s healthcare team offers a wide range of solutions that also make the process simple and efficient. The healthcare team has assisted many medical practices and healthcare organizations with the tailored options they need to acquire new equipment, obtain a new office location, or finance expansion of an existing location.

Bank of Nevada’s Healthcare team includes:

Kimberly MacClafferty - assistant vice president, relationship manager -  Kimberly has worked with Bank of Nevada healthcare clients for the past 10 years and has been a member of the healthcare banking team since its inception. Her experience with healthcare clients, combined with significant industry insight allows Kimberly to help clients achieve their business goals.

Walter Hashimoto - vice president, senior loan officer - Walter has spent 30 years working in the banking industry, the vast majority of that time—two decades—he has focused solely on the needs of clients who are in the healthcare industry. That commitment to one industry has given Walter valuable insight into the changes, challenges, trends and future needs of healthcare organizations.

Ali Moosa - senior vice president, regional manager - Ali’s experience in the financial industry is extensive, with 27 years of experience serving clients who seek a wide range of financing options. Ali has held a number of increasingly important positions with Bank of Nevada, including loan officer, relationship manager and regional manager.  His experience in all aspects of the financial industry offers clients the insight they seek.

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Bank of Nevada

Bank of Nevada, a division of Western Alliance Bank, Member FDIC, delivers relationship banking that puts clients at the center of everything. Founded in 1994, Bank of Nevada offers a full spectrum of tailored commercial banking solutions delivered with outstanding service. With offices in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Mesquite, Bank of Nevada is part of Western Alliance Bancorporation, which has more than $70 billion in assets. Major accolades include being ranked as a top U.S. bank in 2023 by American Banker and Bank Director. As a regional bank with significant national capabilities, Bank of Nevada delivers the reach, resources and local market expertise that make a difference for customers.