Core Values

In all of our work, we strive to adhere to some basic principles. They clarify our vision, keep us on target, and help to explain exactly what we care about at Alexander & Sons. They are Integrity, Wholly Integrated Consulting, Custom Tailored Advice, Staying Motivated by the work, and Client Empowerment.

Core Values

In all of our work, we strive to adhere to some basic principles. They clarify our vision, keep us on target, and help to explain exactly what we care about at Alexander & Sons.

Integrity

Trust is at the root of great relationships – and you can’t build either without a steadfast commitment to integrity.We give our honest opinions and treat our clients fairly, no matter how it affects our short-term interests. It’s not just something we say – it’s who we are, and we wear it on our sleeve.

Wholly Integrated Consulting

Growth is affected by many variables; the health of a practice is determined by the health of each individual process, from scheduling your day to the design of your space. Sometimes the problem is glaring; but more often it is necessary to dig into each area of the  practice to get all systems running as an efficient whole. 

Custom Tailored Advice

Practices are dynamic, living organisms. Each doctor and staff is unique, and requires unique advice. We will never try to pitch you on an idea just because it worked for the other guy – we want to get to know you, your team and your patients in order to discover the perfect solutions for your practice.

Motivated by the Work

Believe it or not, we do this job because we love watching practices grow like crazy. We don’t sell snake oil, and we don’t perform consultant sleight-of-hand; we do the work, the old-fashioned way, and let the results speak for themselves.

Client Empowerment

It’s not enough to have all the answers: we're here to motivate people. Employees who feel fulfillment in their jobs perform better and stick around longer. We come alongside each doctor and staff member to inspire and develop a deep understanding of the "why" as much as the "what" and "how" of doing great work.