Quality Medical Services in Trevose, which provides staffing services for hospitals, ranked fifth on the list, which has been compiled for the last three years.
The company, through its four divisions and 10 employees, provides physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and radiology technicians for more than 100 hospitals in the Philadelphia area, New Jersey and Delaware.
Dr. Ken Steier, who founded the company five years ago, attributed its success to hard work, hiring loyal employees and satisfying the company's clients, the hospitals.
"The key is to internalize the business and devote 24 hours, seven days a week to building the business," Steier said.
The other Bucks County companies that earned a place on the list were: Interstate Building Maintenance Corp. in Warminster, which provides janitorial services for commercial buildings, ranking 26th; Independent Inspection Services in Levittown, which completes loss control surveys and underwriting reports for commercial property and casualty carriers, 32d; the Catalyst Corp. in Newtown Township, which provides computer software and hardware engineering services to companies that create microprocessor-based products, 48th, and Four Seasons Mechanical Inc. in Ivyland, a retail heating, ventilation and air-conditioning service contractor, 52d.
Also, T.V. Associates III Inc. in Bensalem, a transportation brokerage and freight management company, placing 53d; Computerware Inc. in Bristol Township, providing microcomputer and software rentals, sales, training and service, 65th; MEECO Inc. in Warrington, which manufactures moisture analyzers, 83d; Control Concepts in Newtown Township, a manufacturer of electrohydraulic valves and control systems, 86th, and Advent Design Corp. in Bristol Borough, an engineering firm that designs, builds, installs and supports automated equipment and offers other services, 88th.
About 900 nominations were received, and the top 100 companies were ranked on the percentage increase in sales betweeen 1988 and 1990. These companies will be recognized at a daylong conference in West Conshohocken on Nov. 7. For information about the conference or about eligibility for next year's list, call 898-4861.
The women in business committee of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce will conduct its fall seminar, "Over the Top: Success Stategies for Women,"
from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. next Thursday at the Warrington Country Club.
Four presentations will be made, covering such topics as creating new strategies for success, mentoring in the workplace, breaking old habits, improving communications and business etiquette.
To register for the seminar, which costs $30 and includes a buffet luncheon, call the chamber at 348-3913 by Monday.
ON THE MOVE
Bucks County Bank, with 20 branches in Bucks County and one in Montgomery County, has named three employees officers of the bank.
Constance F. Hogue of Chalfont, assistant manager of the bank's Warminster branch since 1988, was promoted to banking officer. With the bank since 1983, she earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Delaware Valley
College this year.
Dawn Pugh of Chalfont, credit analyst in the leasing department at the Bucks County Bank Center in Buckingham Township, also was named a banking officer.
Pugh, who joined the bank's leasing department in 1987, is studying for a degree in business management at Bucks County Community College.
Diana L. Boulton of Chalfont was promoted to mortgage officer. She joined the bank in 1982 as a bookkeeping clerk and moved into the morgtage department the following year.