Doctor Kellee Randle is a board-certified internal medicine physician, founder, and CEO of Equity Ventures Plus, LLC, equity and inclusion consultant, author, and speaker. She received her undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. She earned her doctorate in osteopathic medicine from the University of North Texas Health Sciences Center and completed her internal medicine training at Broward Health Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Her mission is to educate and empower minority communities to advocate for themselves in healthcare settings. Access to fact-based, result-driven data is essential to equipping patients with the tools necessary to engage in their health care.
“As a practicing physician, I see the impact of healthcare disparities daily. Whether it is a patient of color being diagnosed with stage 4 cancer or presenting to the emergency department with a necrotic foot requiring amputation, disproportionate access to healthcare continues to be an issue. Black and brown patients receive inferior healthcare no matter their education or socio-economic status. The impact racism and white supremacy have on social determinants of health have not been addressed adequately. I want to do my part to upend healthcare disparities.”