Ryan Hildebrandt Demonstrates the Power of USHEALTH’s H.O.P.E. Values

If asked about his life, Ryan would have a lot to be thankful for these days, his life full of exciting accomplishments. He’s a Satellite Division Leader and has been recognized by management as one of their top producers at USHealth Group. He has an exceptional family and raises two great children with his wife Ashley.


However, there was a time career-wise when Randy’s life seemed like it might head in a completely different direction. Ryan Hildebrandt was as good a pitcher as they come in Major League Baseball. During his 13 seasons career he played for the Texas Astros and the Texas Rangers. His excellent record spoke for itself with more than 5700 strikeouts logged. See more of USHEALTH Group on Facebook

His promising career as an all star pitcher changed suddenly when Ryan was forced to retire early, in 1993, after years of top dog performance caused his shoulder to give out.

Without any notice, Ryan’s life would be forever altered. He was accepted to A&M and took up studying economics and finance. To earn a living he waited tables and bartended. By the time he graduated, he had saved $2000.

Following his instincts, he placed his resume’ on popular job search websites. Out of the blue, he was contacted by a woman named Connie who would help Ryan rediscover meaning and hope in his career.

Ryan reluctantly took the job. Even though he had no idea what he was selling and had no prior experience, he attended all of his mandatory meetings and followed the advice he was given.

Still discouraged, even after earning his license, he approached the company’s trainer, Kevin Ferrell and shared his desire to resign. Ferrell set up a meeting with USHealth Group CEO, Troy McQuagge and what transpired brought Ryan closer into the USHEALTH family, where he transitioned to his leadership role at USHealth Advisors.

Ryan still remembers that meeting and is still inspired by how much it changed him.

Consistently one of the top producers, Ryan pays forward the opportunity he was given by McQuagge, adhering to the company’s H.O.P.E., Helping Other People Everyday, core values, by regularly giving to others every single day.

USHealth Group does not take the H.O.P.E. philosophy lightly. They have donated unselfishly from their time and monetary and resources necessary to causes such as the families of children with cancer, the restoration of lives and homes destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and The Crisis Nursery, providing emergency shelter services for the less fortunate children of Phoenix, Arizona.

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