Tricia Medeiros
The Plaza Assisted Living 900 Fort Street Mall #1300, Honolulu, HI 96813, USA (808) 628-7604

Tricia Medeiros

Chief Operating Officer

Tricia Medeiros is the Chief Operating Officer of The Plaza Assisted Living, where she oversees the operations of all The Plaza Assisted Living communities including The Plaza at Punchbowl, The Plaza at Mililani, The Plaza at Moanalua, The Plaza at Pearl City, The Plaza at Waikiki, and The Plaza at Kaneohe (scheduled to open in the summer of 2019).

Born in Kailua, Hawaii, Medeiros graduated from West Chester University in Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting. Medeiros started her senior living career with Atria Assisted Living where she worked on the corporate transition team providing training and support for communities requiring assistance with compliance, census, and other operational difficulties. In her career, she has opened eight newly constructed assisted living communities and transitioned seven communities into compliance in Hawaii and the Mainland. Medeiros also has an extensive background in working with Dementia and has served a variety of functions (including Chairman) on the Alzheimer’s Association (Aloha Chapter)’s Board of Directors.

Tricia has been instrumental in The Plaza Assisted Living’s continued growth since the company’s inception is 2004. She was the first employee for the Plaza brand and has helped to shepherd the company for the past sixteen years with the highest level of integrity, respect, and compassion – values that can be found in all aspects of The Plaza’s operations. Tricia’s contagious work ethic and guidance have allowed the Plaza to grow, continually improve, and become a leader in the assisted living industry.

Under Tricia’s leadership, The Plaza has grown to include 5 assisted living communities operating throughout Oahu, with another community under development. All totaled, these 6 Plaza communities serve and care for more than 700 senior residents. Today, The Plaza’s numerous assisted living communities employ over 500 associates and share the distinction of having cared for and supported over 4,000 of Hawaii’s seniors and their families, in its first 16 years.