Brian Carey has joined HHS as President of the Senior Living Division and will oversee the division’s operations and strategic development.
HHS CEO Bobby Floyd said of the announcement, “I am excited to add such a dynamic leader to our fastest-growing division and look forward to the positive impact he will have on our team. Brian’s background and experience, coupled with his passion for supporting people, make him a great fit for our team.”
Prior to joining HHS, Carey served in executive leadership and operational positions throughout the senior living and healthcare industries as well as with Fortune 500 companies. His areas of expertise include cross-functional leadership, finance, healthcare IT systems, cost control, labor management, and business development.
He has been in the United States Army and Army Reserves for more than 25 years, serving in key positions such as Infantry Division Chief of Civil-Military Affairs and Civil Affairs Battalion Commander. He earned his Master of Business Administration in Finance from Yale University and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the United States Military Academy at West Point.
As President of the Senior Living Division, Carey will be responsible for developing a strategic vision and growth plan, building partner relationships, and ensuring that HHS’ senior living business strategy is efficiently executed.
His goal for the role is to continue to add value for our partners, grow the business in a meaningful way that’s consistent with HHS’ culture and values, and create opportunities for team members to grow and advance their careers.
Carey shares his objectives for the senior living division, “I want to help us look at the business through a lens of innovation and see how we can set ourselves apart by being creative, finding ways to tap into our unique industry solutions, and bringing those tangible solutions to our clients and residents. Ultimately, we want to serve our clients and residents meaningfully by providing them with the best service, value, and partnership.”