Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service

Hispanic Officer Advisory Committee


HOAC Chair

HOAC Chair - CDR Gerald Brozyna

CDR Gerald Brozyna, DHSC, MHA, MPH
CDR, U.S. Public Health Service

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HOAC Chair Biography

CDR Brozyna has ten years of service with the USPHS. His PHS career began with IHS as a JRCOSTEP, and he worked in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention on a Smoking Cessation and Pharmacotherapy Program. In January 2008, he began working for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) at the headquarters, which is in Baltimore, Maryland. At CMS, he works as a Contract Officer Representative (COR) III for the Benefits Coordination and Recovery Center (BCRC) contractor in the Division of Medicare Secondary Payer Operations (DMPO). He manages and administers a $70 million national Medicare health insurance program ensuring proper coordination of Medicare benefits & recovery of Medicare payments. Additionally, he serves as the Team Budget Lead for my Group/Division for budget development and oversight, and is directly responsible for securing annual funding for multiple projects at $160 million.

CDR Brozyna loves entrepreneurial healthcare, also known as Medical Tourism. This type of healthcare leverages healthcare systems and resources around the world giving vulnerable populations a realistic opportunity to seek out healthcare. Within global medical tourism, he would love to continue expanding this model of healthcare to promote and increase the level of equity within global healthcare systems, and to increase the access of healthcare for vulnerable populations.


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