F.N.B. Corporation Introduces Physicians First Digital Program



F.N.B. Corporation launched Physicians First, a digital program for specialized loan and deposit products for physicians, dentists, veterinarians and other healthcare professionals.

Available online, in-branch and via mobile devices through F.N.B.’s eStore, Physicians First provides a bundled suite of digitally accessible solutions that address the financial needs of the medical community. By utilizing the eStore, F.N.B. enables customers to conduct their banking, complete applications, upload information and schedule appointments with financial professionals online.

In addition to deposit products, mortgage solutions and consumer banking products, the new platform provides a range of business and commercial banking products, including equipment financing. The program also provides access to a new physician’s education refinance loan product clients can use to pay off medical school loans.

“Physicians First presents an exciting and scalable opportunity to use F.N.B. technology to deepen our client relationships and give busy healthcare professionals tools to save time and achieve their goals,” Vincent J. Delie Jr., chairman, president and CEO of F.N.B. Corporation and First National Bank, said. “We have seen significant growth in our physicians’ loans over the past 12 months and applied our leading digital platform and extensive experience to develop a very unique, efficient way to meet the obvious demand for services that are specialized for these customers’ needs.”


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