Rogers Memorial Hospital | Medical and Clinical Leadership
Patients and families at Rogers Memorial Hospital benefit from the specialization of our full-time staff because they are able more accurately pursue the best treatment options available.
Rogers’ 70-member medical staff has more than 20 full-time, on-site child, adolescent and adult psychiatrists.
At Rogers, our medical and clinical staff are passionate about mental health care. They can spend the time they need with patients to focus on recovery and really get to the heart of each patient’s concerns and challenges.
Our staff are specially trained to treat specific diagnoses, like eating disorders or chemical dependency, or specific age groups, like children and adolescents.
The psychiatrists in our eating disorder program only treat eating disorders. The doctors who treat patients with addictions are certified addictionologists. Our psychiatrists who are board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists only treat children and adolescents.
At Rogers, our psychiatrists are board-certified or board-eligible and many have additional certification related to their specialty. Five of our medical directors have earned the credentials of “fellow” which signifies a high level of professional recognition for their expertise and dedication to their specialties.
Not only do our medical and clinical staff have the training and experience to provide specialized treatment, they have the recognition and respect of their peers for their level of treatment expertise. Many are accomplished instructors, researchers and faculty members, recognized for their expertise and experience with specialized mental health treatment.
A number of our staff are members of international, national, state and local organizations, providing peer support and serving in leadership roles. They have received countless awards and honors for their involvement and participation in professional programs, mental health initiatives and community organizations.