NAHSE FL Public Policy and Advocacy efforts focuses on ensuring that quality healthcare is affordable and accessible to the communities we serve. The novel coronavirus, commonly known as “COVID19,” has added purpose and direction to the initiatives that are deployed to address disparities. Under this new environment, NAHSE FL is committed to serving the community through strengthening the Mind, Body, and Soul.
Please Note: All contributions made to the organization during the COVID19 pandemic will be utilized to drive NAHSE FL “Serving the People” campaign.
Welcome to NAHSE Florida
The National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) is a non-profit association of Black health care executives founded in 1968 for the purpose of promoting the advancement and development of Black health care leaders, and elevating the quality of health care services rendered to minority and under-served communities.
My twin boys were supposed to be born in June, but they had other plans. I went into early labor in March, just as the coronavirus was sweeping into my hometown of Atlanta.
Rosalyn Frazier, CEO
Broward Community and
Family Health Centers
Rosalyn Frazier is the fearless leader of Broward Community and Family Health Centers, Inc. (BCFHC). BCFHC offers affordable quality primary care and behavioral health services to residence of Broward County. The center has five locations throughout the county that caters to the health and well-being of the patients. Mrs. Frazier has served for 18 years and continues to strategize and implement initiatives to maximize and maintain the success of BCFHC. Her passion for equality in community health intensified as she traveled the country formulating and deploying policies and programs to enhance the status of under-performing health centers.
Mrs. Frazier had a robust career navigating various segments of community health centers across the nation. She was introduced to BCFHC as a change agent to catapult the organization into a stronger financial position. Her temporary project of improving BCFHC’s financial position, turned into her permanent home. She continues to strive and make significant inroads to the center’s performance. Ultimately her success hinges on her devotion to caring for all people and desire to advocate for the health and well-being of the less fortunate. NAHSE Florida elevates and promotes the loyalty, professionalism, and accomplishments of Rosalyn Frazier.
Elevating, Advocating, and Advancing People
Members on the Move
Romaine K. Layne, CFO
Former Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Broward Health Imperial Point Hospital was recently promoted to CFO of Broward Health System’s Ambulatory Division. Her new responsibilities consist of direct oversight of Broward Health System’s physician practices, clinics, urgent care, and imagining centers. She will also have oversight of the Physician Business Office; also referred to as PBO. NAHSE-FL celebrates this exceptional undertaking and career milestone. The NAHSE leadership team wishes you all the best in this new endeavor.
Are You a Top Performer?
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- Have you recently been promoted or have you switched employers?
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