Director of Patient Access
As the Director of Patient Access at the RHC, Rosetta is responsible for calling and connecting with safety net patients to ensure access to quality health care.
Rosetta has been a Patient Advocate and Ombudsman for the past 35 years. Prior to joining the RHC in 2013, she served as Ombudsman and Community Service Manager at St. Louis Regional Medical Center, which later became St. Louis ConnectCare. Rosetta has received and managed several grants over the course of her career including a grant from the State of Missouri to promote abstinence among Urban Youth and a grant from Health Literacy Missouri for her project to promote health empowerment for the medically underserved in St. Louis City.
Education and Involvement
Rosetta earned her Bachelor of Science at St. Louis University and her graduate degree in Hospital Administration from Webster University.
Rosetta was also a 2012 St. Louis American Salute to Excellence in Health Care award winner and was highlighted as a health care leader focused on seeking the truth for patients. She serves on several advisory boards and is the past-president of Missouri Eastern Region Minority Health Alliance.