Serving the Underserved
Meet Our Guest:
Rosalyn Crawford Frazier, B.S. is the Chief Executive Officer of Broward Community & Family Health Center (BCFHC). With over 18 years of service as a primary care provider for the underserved, uninsured and insured, BCFHC provides comprehensive medical, behavioral and dental health services across all life cycles, helping to increase access to care and reducing health disparities in Broward County. The center’s mission is “to provide accessible, comprehensive, high quality primary care services to all persons with dignity and respect.” She has over 25 years of experience in health care management in the areas of new business development, grant writing, financial management, physician recruitment, and managed care contracting for non-profit/for-profit health organizations.
Rosalyn’s passion for serving the underserved comes from personal experiences and a belief in everyone’s right to access high-quality care.
● Quality Care. Rosalyn emphasizes the importance of hiring individuals who have a genuine desire to serve and are willing to invest in their staff’s professional development.
● The Balance of Family. While striving for a successful career is important, it should not come at the expense of neglecting family.
● Investing in Others. There are many challenges in finding and retaining committed individuals in the current workforce environment. It is important to invest in employees’ growth and training, even if financial resources are limited.
This episode is hosted by Carladenise Edwards, Ph.D., Strategic Advisor.