Ronald Fry

Founder

Ronald Fry, a graduate of Brigham Young University, is one of the founders of Cardio Surgical Partners in 2012. He has 18 years of healthcare experience, ranging from healthcare and medical device sales to ASC management and development. He has successfully run four different medical sales companies servicing facilities and cardiology clinics. His extensive relationships and experience in the Cardiac field have been pivotal in the development of the successful CSP business model of adding cardiology to the ASC.

Prior to his career in healthcare, Fry served 8 years in the US Army, including a year in Afghanistan as a Special Forces Officer working with tribesmen in the Pech Valley. Fry’s experience in unconventional warfare and unique approach to problem-solving with different stakeholders is documented in The Hardest Place by Wesley Morgan and his own published memoir Hammerhead Six. Fry serves as an associate professor to The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and several surgery centers governing boards. Fry enjoys all outdoor activities and spending time with his wife and 5 children.

Ronald Fry