Dr. Alaire Khan- Frazer, a native of Jamaica, is a graduate of the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona Campus, where she pursued undergraduate studies obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree and a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery MB,BS in 2005. She completed Internship and Senior House Officer rotations at Cornwall Regional Hospital, Mandeville Regional Hospital as well as at Kingston Public Hospital in Jamaica. After these rotations, Dr. Khan- Frazer commenced practice in the primary care setting and has been working in that field for almost ten (10) years. During this period, she also pursued post graduate studies completing a Diploma in Family Medicine with distinction, also from UWI, Mona.
Dr. Khan-Frazer enjoys practicing medicine in the primary health care setting with particular interest in chronic non – communicable diseases (CNCDs) and focuses on their impact on the general health of the territory. She is the BVIHSA representative on the Interdepartmental Technical Working Group for CNCDs for the territory.
She is married to a fellow physician and is the mother of three (3) children. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with family.