IRVINE, Calif., Dec. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kareo, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based medical office software and services for small medical practices, announced today that it has been named by the Orange County Register as a top workplace in Orange County for a second year in a row. More than 60,000 employees from over 1,000 companies took time to share opinions about their workplaces. Out of this survey, the top 100 companies were recognized as Orange County's top workplaces of 2013. Kareo competed in the mid-sized company category for the first time this year, moving up from last year's small company classification. In the mid-sized category, the company ranked number 11 out of 30 businesses of this size.
"We are honored to be recognized again for being a great place to work in Orange County," said Dan Rodrigues, CEO and founder of Kareo. "Our team is what distinguishes Kareo from the competition, and we are dedicated to creating an environment and culture that helps us attract and retain the very best people for all of our roles."
Kareo is focused on building the most productive, imaginative, and fun-loving team in the healthcare technology industry. Employees come from diverse industries and backgrounds as Kareo searches for the best ideas and perspectives to bring new innovation to healthcare. The company is aggressively recruiting the best and brightest team, including for roles at its new headquarters in Irvine. Kareo is on pace to hire more than 100 people in 2013 in key areas including product development, engineering, customer service, and sales, and this rate of growth is expected to continue into 2014.
Current employment opportunities are posted on Kareo's career page where applicants will also learn more about the company's award-winning culture.Kareo's recognition as a top workplace by the Orange County Register is the latest in a series of awards the company has earned in 2013. In February, Kareo was named one of America's Most Promising Companies by Forbes Magazine, and in August Kareo earned a spot on Inc. Magazine's 500/5000 list – its second time in two years.