Premier Wound Care’s medical director, A.J. Rogers, MD, is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a board certified surgeon. He has extensive training and experience in the treatment of complex wounds.
Dr. Rogers, a Southern California native, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Stanford University and an M.D. degree from Harvard. He has served as a Qualified Medical Evaluator since 2003 and has preformed more than 200 Q.M.E. A.M.E, applicant and defense applications in the last 10 years.
Dr. Rogers has extensive surgical experience in cardiac, vascular and general surgery. He has made numerous scientific presentations, and published many articles in the surgical literature. Dr. Rogers has been certified by the American Board of Surgery, the American Board of Cardiothoracic Surgery and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
Dr. Rogers has received several scholastic awards, held academic surgical teaching posts at the University of Texas, the University of Illinois, Champagne and currently holds dual appointments as Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery at UCLA and UC Riverside.
Dr. Rogers is a Harvard Medical School Benjamin Waterhouse Fellow, and a member of the Dean's council.
Dr. Rogers presently serves as the local National Medical Association foundation president, and is currently the Orange County Vice president of the Harvard Club of Southern California.
Member of Harvard Medical Alumni Association