Robert E. Rogers, MD
Robert E. Rogers, MD, received his doctor of medicine degree from the University of New Mexico Medical School and his bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. Dr. Rogers completed a residency in internal medicine with Tucson Hospitals Medical Education Program. Previously with Thomas-Davis Medical Centers, he joined Carondelet Medical Group in 1998. He is board certified in internal medicine. Dr. Rogers believes that a good doctor-patient relationship is one in which they work together to prevent illness and treat disease. The physician serves as advisor and coach, empowering the patient to make needed changes. He is interested in general internal medicine and preventive health care. Dr. Rogers speaks English and Spanish. He is married, has two children, and enjoys golf, tae kwan do, hiking and fishing.