Residents

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

Culture

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

Service

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

 Teamwork

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."
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Latest News

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    Bend, Oregon
    November 10, 2014
    It has begun! The home-brewing seniors at Aspen Ridge Retirement in Bend, Oregon, paid a visit to Worthy Brewing to watch as brewmasters mixed a big batch of their award-winning Machine Gun Maggie IPA
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    Keizer, Oregon
    November 10, 2014
    For the Active Retirees by Craig Murphy - Of the Keizertimes

    Yes, another retirement community is being planned for Keizer.
    But developers of the Village at Keizer Ridge assisted living and memory care facility believe their building will fill a niche.
    Greg Roderick, president and CEO of Portland-based Frontier Management, gave the Keizertimes an update on plans last week along with Dale Burghardt of Burghardt Investments. Roderick noted Frontier has 55 such facilities around the country, with 27 in Oregon, including Cedar Village and Redwood Heights in Salem.
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    San Antonio, Texas
    October 17, 2014
    San Antonio is attracting more investment from the senior-living sector. The latest firm to make a move to grab some of that business in the Alamo City is Dallas-based Caddis Partners LLC., which plans to develop a 101-unit assisted living and memory care complex in far North Central San Antonio.
    The 86,000-square-foot development will cost between $20 million and $30 million to develop and will be branded Heartis San Antonio. It will house 77 assisted living units and 24 secured memory-care units and will be operated by Frontier Management, a Portland, Ore.-based company.
    Heartis San Antonio is one of three communities currently under development that will be managed by Frontier. Others are planned for Central Texas, the Metroplex and a site outside of Texas.
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  • NEWS
    Oro Valley, California
    September 28, 2014
    With Catalina Springs Memory Care Grand Opening just around the corner-we wanted to give you, our friends, a peek inside. The Community hosted its Sneak Peek and Depositor's Dinner Wednesday September 24, 2014 at the Hilton El Conquistador Resort. Several members of the Frontier Management team flew from Oregon and Washington to meet with residents and resident families who were eager to learn how Catalina Springs is redefining Memory Care in Oro Valley!
    "We were having so much fun [at the dinner.] The positive spirit of the evening, included an impromptu raffle of 6 tickets to the Eagles Concert in Phoenix!" stated Vice President of Operations for Frontier, Colleen Papp. Catalina Springs Memory Care is expected to open in late October 2014.
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    Keizer, Oregon
    September 28, 2014
    Frontier Management is pleased to announce the launch of construction of The Village at Keizer Ridge, a 127 unit assisted living and memory care community located at N. River Road and McGee Court in Keizer, Oregon. The Village boasts features including a fitness center, salon, grand dining room, abundant covered outdoor living spaces, gardens including farm to fork and a lounge featuring a bar. "Older adults seeking assisted living will find a meaningful and purpose filled lifestyle that embraces individual skills and interests," stated Greg Roderick, Frontier's President. The Village at Keizer Ridge is expected to open in late 2015.
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    Clovis, California
    September 23, 2014
    Growing Senior Population Spurs Valley Growth of Luxury Developments by BoNhia Lee - The Fresno Bee

    A growing population of seniors who want to downsize, but not downgrade their lifestyle as they age, is helping to fuel an uptick in luxury senior and assisted-living developments.
    "Today's over 55 population don't want less than what they currently have as they move through retirement," said William Swearingen, vice president of marketing and sales for Frontier Management, which is opening a Clovis development next month. "Why should I have to settle for less simply because I'm aging and I might need some support services?"
    Frontier is getting ready to open a 107-unit community in Clovis.
    Carmel Village at Clovis, Frontier Management's first assisted-living community in the central San Joaquin Valley, will even have wine storage for its residents.
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