USHealth Advisors Success Story

Randy Hildebrandt was just like any other baseball player, the only difference was that he had a 92 mph fastball. The attention that he received at Anderson Shiro High School in Anderson, Texas excited him with the idea that he would be playing soon in college. All was not well, however, due to the fact that Randy severely injured his shoulder during his senior year. He would of course rehab and then continued his playing career at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas. Learn more about USHealth Advisor at

This baseball career was not meant to be as Randy again injured his shoulder severely, which in turn prompted him to hang up the glove. Recovering from an injury with no idea where to go was a tough situation for the young Randy Hildebrandt. However, with much drive and perseverance, he achieved the goal of graduating from Texas A&M with a degree in Business and Economics. He only had $2000 and his truck upon graduation, but Randy was driven and made it work. Fast forward to today and Randy Hildebrandt is the leader of the Satellite Division within USHealth Advisors. Had he given up along the way or during his 12 month internship, he may not have attained the success that he has today. A lot of this speaks to his relationships with people and his faith. Read this article at to know more.

USHealth is an insurance company that provides plans to those in need. The company also is very active in charity with HOPE (Helping Other People Everyday) and this initiative is greatly appreciated by the public. HOPE has raised awareness for many causes over the years and most recently the Wounded Warrior Project is what they have their sights on. The assistance they provided to The Crisis Nursery, showed how much they were willing to do to help the non-profit children’s shelter have what they need for those in dire straits. All in all USHealth is a company by the people for the people and they will continue to strive for a better community for all.



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