The needs and expectations of our residents always come first and satisfaction of each person is paramount.


Frontier exemplifies a caring culture through its commitment to customers, employees and community.


Delivering outstanding customer service through a best of class and motivated staff is what we strive for each and every day.


We appreciate the dedication and commitment that our staff demonstrate and create a culture where teamwork and value is found.

About Us

Experience is a fundamental benefit when choosing a Frontier community. The Frontier team has the expertise in retirement living, assisted living and memory care to meet your needs. Our entire company is dedicated to those who have selected one of our communities as "home" for themselves or their loved ones. Our exceptional and engaging communities span from the Pacific to the Midwest to the Southeastern portion of the United States. "It is an honor to serve our wonderful residents and exceptional team members," explained Greg Roderick, CEO. "To continue on with a family tradition of providing outstanding and caring environments for today's seniors is a privilege and I appreciate your selecting Frontier as your family choice."

Latest News

  • NEWS
    Portland, Oregon
    April 21, 2016
    Susan G. Komen Fundraising Luncheon

    One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetimes. Luckily, there are a number of ways to support those affected by breast cancer. Lunch for the Cure is one event that brought the Portland community together. For those who recognize the importance of investing in saving lives and ending breast cancer, this luncheon was the perfect way to help fundraise for a cure. Frontier Management is a proud advocate of this event.

    Keynote speaker Nelson Farris shared his very personal story about breast cancer, and the loss of his wife to the disease. Farris’s presentation was compelling. “It’s not easy to jump back and forth between tragedy and comedy,” mentioned Pat Brown, Frontier Management’s Chief Financial Officer, “but he did a great job keeping us all invested in what he had to share. The message will resonate with us for a long time.”

    The Komen foundation supports survivors, honors loved ones, spreads advocacy, and raises funds to help end breast cancer forever. This remarkable event broke records, and raised more than $334,000 for the cause. The foundation will use these assets to build an even stronger organization geared towards finding a cure.

    Frontier looks forward to a continued partnership with Komen.
  • NEWS
    Portland, Oregon
    April 8, 2016
    New Venture Championship

    The New Venture Championship (NVC) is presented annually by the University of Oregon's Lundquist College of Business. Graduate students from around the world and United States gather in Portland, Oregon to present and defend their business plans; it's where creativity meets strategy and brilliant businesses get the footing to take off.

    Greg Roderick, a third-generation senior housing member in an owner/operator capacity, participated in the judging panel. The judges served a vital role in the success of this competition. In each round, judges had to familiarize themselves with a written business case, probe the presenters via Q&A, evaluate the analysis and recommended solutions, and provide feedback to the teams.

    “The competition represents a wonderful opportunity for participants to develop many competencies that are essential for business leaders,” mentioned Greg Roderick. As a returning judge, he said he's found, “each experience rewarding and enriching.”
  • NEWS
    Waco, Texas
    April 2, 2016
    Heartis Waco Grand Opening Celebration

    Deep in the heart of Texas, Heartis Waco Senior Living, hosted their grand opening celebration that highlighted their dignified and sophisticated setting where residents will receive excellence in assisted living and memory care services.

    A “Sneak Peek” event was held on March 31st for health care professionals and partners in the Waco community where the Waco and Hewitt Chamber of Commerce participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony.