I would describe Troy as a “trusted advisor.” He always tells me the truth–even if it is painful to hear. Troy never boasts of his success so, as his friend and professional colleague–I will boast for him. Troy has the “Midas Touch.” Everything he touches turns to gold. He does it the old-fashioned way with hard work, preparation, building relationships, and making decisions based on correct principles. There is no luck involved.
Lastly, let me speak of his character. Simple stated, Troy is my friend. I know he absolutely has my best interests at heart. He builds, lifts, and helps people, and organizations succeed because that is his passion. Anybody who does business with Troy is fortunate.
Troy Anderson and Aidan Health Services bring a wealth of experience to their clients. They are efficient with their time, creative with their approach and have exceeded expectations each time I’ve engaged their services. I trust their advice and counsel and lean on their expertise for both strategic and operational challenges.
Aidan Health Services, Inc. has an excellent track record and reputation in providing high quality long term care management and consulting services. Their team has the experience, integrity, knowledge and know how to help address even the most challenging of situations. They are widely respected within the profession by both their peers and regulators alike. I give them my unqualified recommendation.
I have known Troy Anderson for over 10 years. He began his career in post acute care as an Administrator-In-Training with our firm and finished as a Regional Director of Operations. Successful in every position at Avamere, he left to pursue a more challenging role in our profession and ultimately achieved his dreams of starting and successfully operating his own business.
It is easy to see why Troy has been successful as an entreprenuer, a businessman, and now as a business consultant and advisor. He is an excellent communicator. He is straightworward, articulate, and deliberate. Advice comes only after careful consideration of all the relevant facts and issues.
Troy is a motivator of peers and colleagues. He serves on the board of the Oregon Health Care Association and is the Chair of the Independent Owner’s committee. In the role of Chair, he has single handedly brought a diverse and outspoken group of post acute care owners and operators together creating an important and respected constituency group with a common agenda and unified voice.
Troy follows through with his commitments, and holds others to that same level of expectation. He does not take on new opportunities and assignments lightheartedly. If he feels he can serve well and produce a successful outcome, he works with remarkable energy, focus, and selflessness to succeed for and with his clients.
Troy is a strong competitor. I respect his personal and professional capabilities and would choose not to be in a situation of direct competition with him. Being somewhat proud and competitive myself, this is not easy to acknowledge, but it is true.
When Troy delivers an opinion, it is always well thought out, sound, insightful, and usually right.