Bridget grew up in a suburb of Boston and now resides in Boston, MA. In her free time, she enjoys exercising, reading, and spending time in Cape Cod with her family.
Bridget McCurdy brings her talents as a strong Accounting and Finance professional to Premier. Prior to joining the Premier Diagnostic Services team, Bridget served as an accountant in the Global Finance Operations department at Philips Electronics. Her role consisted of managing the financial activities for multiple subsidiaries of Philips. Her responsibilities entailed monitoring the movements of the fixed assets and preparing balance sheet reconciliations, tax packages, analytical reports, and month- and year-end consolidations. Bridget worked directly with the business partners and controllers of the subsidiaries she supported.
Bridget's knowledge in the areas of accounting and finance has been a key addition to Premier where she serves as the Accounting Manager and Controller. Bridget oversees the accounting department, which consists of accounts receivable, accounts payable, fixed assets, payroll, and employee benefits. Bridget's formula for result driven success in her preparation of key management and financial reports has been an asset to Premier. As the company enters a growth phase, Bridget is assisting in special projects, such as converting to a paperless billing system and initiatives revolving around Premier’s recent rebranding launch.
Bridget received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration as well as a Master of Science in Accounting from Babson College. During her time at Babson, Bridget was engaged in the Babson athletics program where she played soccer and lacrosse. As a senior, Bridget was nominated to be a captain of the lacrosse team.
“Premier has established itself as the leading ultrasound provider in New England by hiring skilled sonographers and using the most updated equipment in order to provide the best quality service at an affordable cost. As a result, we are able to take pride in the strong relationships we have formed with patients, hospitals, and physicians.”