As a native of the rural countryside of Eastern Nebraska, Troy Stockman settled in Bellevue, NE, where he raised his family of 3 children and now proud to call Colorado home since 2016.
Troy was trained in the U.S. Army Reserves as a Radiologic Technologist at the U.S. Army Health Academy in Ft. Sam Houston, TX. Later, Troy received his Bachelor of Science in Radiation Technology (BSRT), a Nuclear Medicine Technologist Certification from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and his Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration and Leadership (MHA-L) from Bellevue University.
Throughout his first 20-year career, Troy grew from an X-ray & Nuclear Medicine Technologist to Director of various Diagnostic Centers, Radiology School, and business initiatives within the Alegent Health System (now CHI Health).
In 2010, Troy served as the CEO of Nebraska Spine Hospital, where he implemented and operated for the next five years. Troy then was called to Southeast Florida, where he implemented a Neuroscience Service Line for Tenet Healthcare employing 36 Subspecialty Neurologists throughout the Southeastern Florida Region. In 2016, Troy returned to the central states to the Denver area, where he served as CEO of Colorado Orthopedic Consultants, a division of Orthopedic Centers of Colorado.
During his tenure in healthcare, Troy served on many executive roles in local, state, and national organizations. These roles included all executive committee positions of the Iowa Society of Radiologic Technologists (ISRT). Troy also served as a National Delegate for the American Society of Radiology Technologists (ASRT) and often traveled to Washington, D.C., as an ASRT Representative lobbying for the CARE Bill. Troy has received numerous professional awards, including Life Achievement Awards for his service, along with being published in Healthcare Management Journals and as a speaker for local, state, and national conferences on numerous subjects in Radiology, Radiation Safety, and Patient Care. Currently, Troy serves on the Executive Board of Colorado’s Medical Group Management Association (CMGMA).
For fun, Troy has a deep passion for touring cross country on his motorcycle, cheering for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, and spending quality time with his three grown children and two young grand-children whenever possible.