Troy Anderson, Owner
Troy’s passion is to change and improve the way our seniors live. He has dedicated his life toward this and spends much of his time in the service of others to accomplish his mission. Troy started Aidan Healthcare, Inc. (which became Aidan Health Services, Inc.) in 2003. After purchasing, growing, and selling assets, he now focuses his energies on new models of nursing home, assisted living, and independent housing. His desire for this new model leads him to new opportunities as well as helping others who wish to change.
Bachelors Degree in Economics, Western Oregon University. Student and Member, Ludwig von Mises Institute, an Economic Think Tank at Auburn University
Affiliations / Service
Chair / Board Member, Oregon Health Care Association
Past Co-Chair, American Health Care Association: Represents 5000 owners throughout the United States
Past President, Creekside Rotary, Salem, Oregon
American Health Care Association Business Finance Committee Member
United States Navy
Professional Coaching: Serving the community by providing coaching to professionals at no charge
Asher Anderson Foundation: A foundation set up to help parents that have lost children
Carol began her career in Health Care accounting in 1986. She has extensive knowledge of Long Term Care Accounting including Medicare and Medicaid billing and reimbursement systems.
Carol joined the Aidan Health Services team as our corporate accountant in November, 2003.
Jennifer graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion and Education and a minor in Gerontology. She obtained her Nursing Home Administrator’s license in 1996 and practiced as an Administrator for several companies in Oregon. She was a partner in Aidan Healthcare, Inc. from 2003-2006.
Jennifer has extensive knowledge in all aspects of long term care operations, including regulatory, clinical and financial operations.
Since 2006 she has provided consulting services to many Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living, and Residential Care Facilities. She is a regular guest lecturer at OSU in their Heath Care Administration classes.
Jennifer lives in Corvallis with her husband and their two daughters. In her free time she enjoys camping, OSU sporting events, and volunteering with Special Olympics.
Dawn Cramer is a Nurse Consultant specializing in the field of long term health care. She has been with Aidan Health Services for 4 years and has worked in all facets of Nurse consulting in the Oregon region for over 12 years.
Dawn’s experience and expertise as a Nurse Consultant is vast. Services provided include, but are not limited to Peer Reviews, Chart Reviews (based on facilities Quality Indicator Reports), Mock Surveys, Clinical Review of Systems, Policy and Procedure Review and Development, Compliance with State and Federal Regulations, MDS Training, Chart Review for capturing complex medical add-on, Incident Report Training and Investigation, Nurse Delegation in community based facilities and assistance with setting up NA, MA and CNA2 programs with facilities.
Mark Remley, Business Development
Mark graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelors of Science in Healthcare Administration with an emphasis in Long Term Care. In 1999 he became a licensed Nursing Home Administrator. Since then, Mark has worked with a regional multi-facility provider as well as an independent owner operating skilled nursing, assisted living, and independent living facilities. Mark has worked hard in establishing a name for himself quickly in the long term care industry.
In 2005 he received a Future Leader of Long Term Care Award from the American Healthcare Association. This was followed in 2007 with the Senior Housing Leadership Award from the Oregon Healthcare Association. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Oregon Healthcare Association.
Mark’s passion for teaching has brought him to Aidan Health Services to assist others in achieving their goals. He feels there is a balance between running a financially healthy operation while maintaining a very high quality standard, which is attainable given the right leadership. Mark also feels it is critical to position facilities with the ability to adapt to the ever changing long-term care industry alongside the needs of the consumer.
Mark lives in Portland with his wife and two children. He enjoys the outdoors, sports and spending time with his family and friends.