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Greg Anderson appointed executive director of Gulf Coast Village
By: Gulf Coast Village
Bringing more than 20 years of experience in senior living, Anderson previously served in several leadership positions around the Minneapolis–
"Greg has served in a variety of care settings at Gulf Coast Village, and one of his greatest strengths is his rapport with residents, their families and our associates,"
Volunteers of America National Services is a national, nonprofit, faith-based organization dedicated to helping those in need live healthy, safe and productive lives. The organization sponsors Gulf Coast Village, which is Cape Coral's premier Continuing Care Retirement Community that offers a full continuum of care for adults over age 62. The community features independent living, assisted living, memory support, skilled nursing, home health, rehabilitation services and Senior Choice at Home, a continuing care at home program, the only of its kind in Florida.
"It's truly an honor to work alongside as well as lead the talented, dedicated team of healthcare heroes at Gulf Coast Village," said Anderson. "Having served in leadership for several different care settings at Gulf Coast Village, I have great insight into our strengths and opportunities across the community. In addition to focusing on the continued exceptional care and comfort of our residents, associate recruitment and retention is my priority. I'm looking forward to building upon our strong reputation for excellent care and world-class hospitality."
Anderson earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management. He furthered his education at the University of Saint Thomas in 2001, where he earned his master's degree in healthcare administration.
About Volunteers of America National Services
Volunteers of America National Services, part of the Volunteers of America family of organizations, provides affordable housing and healthcare services in over 40 states and Puerto Rico.