Tracy Thompson is the owner, developer of TracyMT.com. Since she opened the business over 20 years ago as an Independent Contractor, she has successfully worked with physicians and their staff in many areas of expertise including transcription and medical documentation, on-call office staff, medical records management, virtual office management and medical billing.
Sensing a dire need in our community, Tracy is excited about offering new and innovative programs to the medical community. She is an enthusiastic teacher and coach for health and fitness. Additional speciality training includes: Crossfit Level 1 Certification, NASM Weight Management Specialist. She also has 10+ years of Yoga, Aerobics, youth sports coaching and class participation training.
As she personally has lost over 80 lbs. as a teenager, and has learned to keep it off for 30 years despite the effects of aging and three pregnancies, she has the empathy and first hand knowledge of what it takes to reach client's goals!
Stellar customer service, professionalism and excellence have been her main goals since the beginning of this endeavor over 20 years ago. Tracy brings positivity, enthusiasm and energy to anything that she does.
She lives in Carroll County, Maryland and is very active in the community and the public school system as volunteer, soccer coach, mentor and business owner.
"A positive attitude may not solve every problem but it makes solving any problem a more pleasant experience."
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Westminster, MD 21157
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