Medcor’s executives work as a collaborative team to support the company’s associates in delivering service to customers and patients.
Philip Seeger has been a Director of Medcor Inc. and its President & CEO, since he co-founded the company in 1984. Philip is a pioneer in developing innovative clinical services, including telephonic injury triage and adaptive on-site health clinics. These services use evidence-based medicine and technology to improve care and reduce costs while improving outcomes.
Under Philip’s direction, Medcor has grown from a start-up company to an international corporation, employing over 1,000 people in four countries, operating more than 230 on-site clinics and providing injury triage services to over 250,000 worksites. Philip holds multiple U.S. Patents for his work in health care decision support technology and has positioned Medcor as a leader in healthcare transparency and conflict-free fee structures.
In addition to Medcor, Philip helped start six successful businesses; three of which were sold to Fortune 500 companies, and he remains active with the other three. He is also a Director of NRI, Inc., American Escrow & Closing Company and Medcor’s subsidiaries, iConnect and Medcor Canada. Philip was a partner of CroBern Management Partnership, a healthcare management and investment firm which holds investments in several healthcare start-ups. Philip has held certifications as a nationally registered paramedic and an underwater rescue and recovery diver.
In addition to his business interests, Philip has served as a volunteer on the Emergency Medical Services – Mobile Intensive Care Committee for the Chicago Hospital Council, Barrington Fire Protection District Board and currently serves on the Foundation Board of Directors of the San Diego Zoo Global.
Ben Petersen co-founded Medcor in 1984 and serves as the company’s chief operating officer. Since Medcor’s inception, Ben has led Medcor’s overall operations including hiring and training staff, developing scalable systems, managing logistics, and creating the infrastructure to provide health services for Medcor’s multiple service lines in all 50 states.
Medcor’s growth and high client retention rate can be attributed to his mentorship and development of a talented team of operations and clinical managers.
Ben also sits on the board of directors for iConnect, Medcor’s subsidiary technology firm, which has developed software applications that support operations for US and European companies.
Ben was a certified paramedic/firefighter for 30 years and is the current president of the trustees of the fire department in his hometown. Prior to joining Medcor, Ben was vice president and chief financial officer of TEK, Inc., where he helped grow the company from $200,000 in sales in 1977 to more than $10 million in sales in 1995. Ben has worked with state legislatures and private industry to help establish new career paths for EMS personnel, nurses, and mid-level providers.
Thomas H. Glimp, MD joined Medcor in 1994. Tom is board certified in internal medicine and in emergency medicine. Dr. Glimp’s clinical affairs team provides standards, scope, guidelines and protocols, quality assurance, and other support for Medcor’s clinical services and staff.
Sharon Moise, MD, joined Medcor in 2015. Sharon is board-certified in emergency medicine, and has training and experience in occupational health, advocacy, and residency education. She served on the ethics committee at the American College of Emergency Physicians.
Curtis H. Smith joined Medcor in 1995. He has served in operational, administrative, and sales roles. He currently supports Medcor’s business development and marketing.
Tim I. Sahouri joined Medcor in 1991. Tim leads an in-house information technology team that develops, configures, and supports the software used in all aspects of Medcor’s business.
Robert E. Dooley joined Medcor in 2005. Bob’s responsibilities include regulatory compliance, contracting, and general administration. He also oversees operations at several on-site clinics.
Cheryl L. Smith joined Medcor in 2009. She oversees Medcor’s financial reporting and analysis, budgeting, accounting policies and procedures, tax management, payroll, and payables and receivables.
Jerome P. Jaskowiak became Vice President of Sales in 2009, after serving in sales for the company since 1996. Jerry has been responsible for obtaining many of Medcor’s key clients and growing the company’s salesforce and capabilities.
Mark E. Larson has been with Medcor since 2010. Mark’s team manages Medcor’s Worksite Health & Wellness clinics, including occupational health and primary care clinics.
Eric Robinson joined Medcor in 2013; he was promoted to Vice President in January 2015 when his predecessor retired. Eric oversees operations and account management for Medcor’s telephonic injury triage service.