senior care recruiter

Ashley Lodi

Researcher(Senior Living)
Ashley graduated from the University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida, with a major in Health Services and an AA in Psychology.

Ashley Lodi serves as a Researcher for MedBest. She assists with sourcing talent and recruitment efforts in order to find the right match and hire for clients.

Ashley began her career in Senior Living in 2004 as an AIT. After 2 years, she served as Nursing Home Administrator for a large start-up CCRC located in Georgia. For the past 10 years, Ashley held the position of Executive Director for a multi-site organization. During her tenure there, she was recognized for her ability to find the right hires as well as train and mentor those in key positions who shared the vision of exceptional care of residents. She had a reputation for always helping others grow their careers.

Ashley brings to MedBest not only her many years of experience in the Senior Living industry but her ability to build and lead teams and develop the talents of others. She has a great rapport with people and can connect with them on a personal level.  She prides herself on being an active listener and good conversationalist. In other words, people can relate to her.

Area of Expertise : Specialties: Accounting, Finance, Reimbursement, Executive Directors, Nursing Home Administrators, Sales & Marketing/Business Development, Directors of Nursing (DON), and MDS Coordinators, Not-for-Profit, Skilled Nursing, Assisted Living, and Continuing Care or Life Plan Communities (CCRC) Senior Living, Healthcare Administration, Assisted Living, Independent Living, Home Health Care, Healthcare Recruiting,Nursing Administration, Unit Manager, Resident Service Director, Life Enrichment Coordinator, Staff Development, Education, Training, Business Office Manager, Sales and Marketing, Human Resources.

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