Rogers completed his medical school and residency training in family medicine
at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. He began his career as
a private practitioner in Orange, Texas, where he served as chief of staff at
Orange Memorial Hospital before moving to The Woodlands, where he has been in
private practice since 1990.
Board certified in family medicine and
holistic medicine, Dr. Rogers emphasizes preventive medicine, wellness and
patient education in order to help his patients maintain their health and
quality of life.
Dr. Rogers sees patients age 6 years and
older. He always takes the time to listen to his patients’ concerns and
believes that establishing trust, maintaining an open dialogue and working
together with his patients will help make their lives better.
Active in his community, Dr. Rogers
volunteered his time as a physician at the Montgomery County Community Clinic
for 15 years and currently serves as a doctor for an organization that cares
for homeless children.
An avid rugby player, Dr. Rogers likes to
travel and spend time with his wife, daughters and granddaughter.
Watch the video below to learn more about Dr. Rogers.
Dr. Rogers practices at Memorial Hermann Executive Health The Woodlands in North Houston.