Longtime administrator Matthew Anderson has stepped up to the role of President and CEO of The Osborn.
Longtime administrator Matthew Anderson has stepped up to the role of President and CEO of The Osborn. Mr. Anderson has been with The Osborn for 17 years assuming roles of increasing responsibility, including Senior Vice President of Health Care Services and Administrator of The Osborn Pavilion, its licensed skilled nursing facility which provides short-term and outpatient rehab and long-term skilled nursing care. In that position he was also in charge of Assisted Living at The Osborn, including the award-winning H.O.P.E. Center for Memory Care. In October 2014, Mr. Anderson was named Chief Operating Officer and has been directing day-to-day operations of senior facility across the continuum of residential and health care services since then.
Mr. Anderson joined The Osborn in 1998, following several years with Wesley Healthcare Center in Saratoga Springs, where he served as Business Manager and, subsequently, as Director of Business Development. A graduate of Penn State University with a B.S. degree in Health Administration, he also holds an M.B.A. from SUNY Albany.
He was a 2008 LeadingAge Leadership Academy Fellow and currently serves on the Academy’s Advisory Committee. He received the Thomas Clarke Award as LeadingAge NY’s Young Administrator of the Year. He serves on LeadingAge/NY’s Board of Directors, and in 2013 helped establish IGNITE, an academy to advance young leaders in the field.
An honorary member of Rye Rotary where he was a Paul Harris Fellow, Mr. Anderson is currently a member of Greenwich Hospital’s Community Advisory Committee.
He loves baseball and has served on the board of Rye Little League, as well as being an active coach. He and his wife Christine, and their two sons, Ryan and Aidan, live in Rye.