Senior Valuation Analyst — ASAReid.Blundell@HMSvalue.com
1100 Poydras Street, Suite 2900, New Orleans LA 70163
Value At Work
Joining HMS Valuation Partners in 2013, Reid handles analysis and market research for fixed asset valuations, including furniture and equipment, supplies, telephone number, trade name, website, trained and assembled work force, etc. Reid also assists with the furniture and equipment component of timeshare lease valuations. Having completed over 200 projects, Reid’s work has taken him to over 25 states to engage with medical providers in varying specialties, most commonly Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Pediatric Medicine, ENT, Orthopedics, Various Surgeons, Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Graduating from Southeastern Louisiana University with a B.S. in Finance, you could say that Reid has nearly grown up in the firm. He first started at HMS as an intern while completing his undergraduate degree and then became fully employed shortly thereafter. Reid continues to advance in his knowledge of the healthcare valuation industry and brings considerable value to the HMS engagements.
Professional Memberships / Certifications:
- National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts
- American Society of Appraisers
Reid’s wide array of practice and medical specialty experience allows him to easily adapt to each project’s scope and provide the fair market values required by the client. From his personable style, to being easy to communicate with, or working tirelessly to ensure deadlines get met, Reid understands the critical value that matters most to clients and recognizes it may be something different for each client.
Value Outside Work
My favorite things to do as a kid were. . .
Biking everywhere I could as well as playing tennis and baseball with friends using metal bats in the field behind my house.
As a big kid, I like to. . .
Play golf and basketball while trying not to hurt myself.
One of the things I hope to do. . .
In the distant future, help organize/run a charitable youth organization for children who have lost their parents.