Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Reddy Joins NCAL Board of Directors

Rachel Reeves

The National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL) has named Thomas Reddy of Nevada to its Board of Directors as an at-large representative. Reddy is the president of TR Development, offering independent owners and municipalities in-depth management and leadership services for the development of senior housing, assisted living communities and nursing centers. He was appointed by NCAL Board Chairman Chris Mason to fill an open seat vacated earlier this year.

 “Tom’s deep expertise in developing successful assisted living communities while remaining focused on quality care will be a valuable addition to the NCAL Board,” said Mason. “He brings a unique perspective of how NCAL can strengthen its service to small, independent operators.”

 “I look forward to giving back to the profession that has given me everything,” said Reddy. “AHCA/NCAL is the organization that elected officials look to for trusted answers, consumers look to for quality care, and healthcare professionals look to as dependable partners.”

 With more than 35 years of long term care experience, Reddy owns or manages seven assisted living communities and nursing centers located in Kansas and Nebraska. Three of those communities are owned by the Vintage Group, which is considered a pioneer in developing the modern assisted living concept in the Sunflower State. Previously, Reddy was the founder and owner of Vintage Park where he oversaw the development, construction and management of 10 new assisted living communities.

Leadership at the national level is nothing new to Reddy. He once served on the Board of Governors for the American Health Care Association—NCAL’s sister organization—as its independent owner representative, among other roles. Additionally, he is a former board chairman of the Kansas Health Care Association.

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