AHS Staff

Staci Roberts

Staci Roberts

Director

Staci Roberts joined AccessHealth in April 2022 as Director.  She is a long-time employee of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System and has a passion for helping others and making a positive impact on the community while focusing on improving the overall health and well-being of all populations. 

Staci is responsible for overall strategy, direction, budgeting, fundraising, physician recruitment and relations, and community and partner relations for AccessHealth.

In her previous role, Staci managed the Community Outreach program at Gibbs Cancer Center and Research Institute at SRHS.  Her program provided prevention education and cancer screenings to people in the community in an effort to reduce the number of late-stage cancers.  While there, she focused on the under-resourced populations and disparate patients who are considered high-risk for cancer and ensured they had the resources needed to help make informed decisions about their health.  Her team helped connect patients to community resources and provided educational materials related to cancer prevention and early detection. Staci also managed the cancer center’s Commission on Cancer accreditation and guided the center through multiple successful surveys. 

Staci graduated from Gardner-Webb University Godbold College of Business where she received her Master’s in Business Administration.  She is also a graduate of Ashford University where she earned her Bachelor’s in Healthcare Administration.  Staci has served on the Board of Directors for Susan G. Komen and on various committees at SRHS including Cancer Care Committee, Oncology Quality Committee, and Cancer Care Screening and Prevention Committee. 

Staci and her husband Kevin have two daughters, Sydney and Olivia.  You will find them on the weekends traveling around to various golf courses to watch their daughters compete in junior golf.  Sydney has committed to play college golf at Clemson University and Olivia is following in her sister’s footsteps.    

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