Meet Ronald Fry, a distinguished alumnus of Brigham Young University and one of the esteemed founders of Cardio Surgical Partners (CSP) in 2012. With an impressive 18 years of experience in the healthcare industry, Fry's expertise spans a wide spectrum, encompassing healthcare and medical device sales, as well as the management and development of Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs).
Throughout his career, Fry has demonstrated exceptional proficiency in running four distinct medical sales companies, catering to various facilities and cardiology clinics. His unwavering commitment to building robust relationships and his extensive knowledge in the field of cardiology have been instrumental in shaping CSP's triumphant business model, which seamlessly integrates cardiology into the ASC setting.
Prior to embarking on his healthcare journey, Fry served in the United States Army for eight remarkable years, including a pivotal role as a Special Forces Officer in Afghanistan's challenging Pech Valley. His unparalleled experience in unconventional warfare and his unique approach to problem-solving, engaging diverse stakeholders, have been extensively documented in Wesley Morgan's The Hardest Place and Fry's own memoir, Hammerhead Six.
In recognition of his exceptional expertise, Fry currently serves as an associate professor at The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, imparting his knowledge to aspiring healthcare professionals. He also actively contributes to several governing boards of surgery centers, further solidifying his commitment to the advancement of the field.
When he's not shaping the future of healthcare, Fry finds solace in the great outdoors, immersing himself in various outdoor activities. Above all, he cherishes moments spent with his wife and five children, grounding him with a sense of purpose and balance.
With Ronald Fry at the helm of Cardio Surgical Partners, you can trust that innovation, vision, and unwavering dedication will continue to drive the success of your ASC endeavors.