Cody Campbell, Licensed Nursing Facility Administrator

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Cody Campbell started his career in Long Term Care in High School through the HOSA program where he obtained his certification as a Certified Nurses Aide.  Since then he has worked as a Certified Medication Aide, Director of Admissions, Director of Marketing, Training Coordinator, AssistantAdministrator and Licensed Nursing Facility Administrator (LNFA).  


Prior to his current role, his most recent post within the company was as the administrator at Oaks Nursing Center in Burnet, Texas where, alongside a stellar team, he saw the facility achieve a 5 star health survey rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services for three (3) consecutive years; a professional level of achievement he counts as one the most humbling experiences of all.  Additionally, the facility achieved a deficiency free survey for 2017.


Currently, Mr. Campbell serves as the Director of Operations for Senior Care Management, LLC corporately located in Waco where he has oversight of multiple facilities and consulting duties for many others within the company.  As the Director of Operations, he oversees the development and implementation of policy, quality initiatives, efficiency creation in systems and processes, and provides operational guidance on a daily basis related to compliance and financial performance.  He’s even been known to jump on the floor as a nurse’s aide when assistance is needed and ensures his CNA license remains current and up-to-date.


Mr. Campbell also serves on the advisory panel for the UT Austin School of Nursing’s Center for Excellence in Long-Term Care in partnership with Texas Health and Human Services.  This organization’s mission is to promote the highest standards of geriatric care in the nation for the benefits of citizens of Texas using advances in technology, research and education.


With his background in virtually every department in a long-term care facility, industry contacts and knowledge, Cody is uniquely positioned to provide meaningful guidance and inspiration to the company, his co-workers and to the long-term care industry as a whole.