Faculty Profiles

Stephanie Rogers, MD
M_MED-GERI-CORE
Assistant Professor

3333 Calif. St,Laurel Heights
San Francisco, CA 94118
415-502-3627
Stephanie.Rogers@ucsf.edu

Dr. Stephanie E. Rogers is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the UCSF Division of Geriatrics. Her academic focus is on geriatric program building particularly in the area of making hospitalization and transitions safer for older adults. She is a physician lead on the UCSF-wide Delirium Reduction Campaign which is transforming the way the hospital assesses risk for, prevents and treats delirium in the inpatient setting. She is working with the Office of Population Health, the Division of Hospital Medicine, and the Department of Orthopedics to develop an Orthopedic Bundled-Payment Co-management Service. In addition, she is the medical director of the UCSF Acute Care for Elders (ACE) Unit at Moffitt-Long Hospital which is currently under development. She has implemented an Econsult program for the Division of Geriatrics, and is currently implementing telemedicine capabilities for homebound patients in the UCSF Geriatric Housecalls Practice.

Education and Training

Location Degree or Training Specialty Date
University of California San Francisco Geriatrics Fellowship 2015
University of California San Francisco Internal Medicine Internship and Residency 2014
Tulane University School of Medicine MD 2011
Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine MPH 2007
A.T. Still University MPAS 2003
Goshen College BA 2001

Recent Articles (4)

Rogers SE, Klein L, Perissinotto CM. The importance of cognitive assessment before ventricular device placement: a teachable moment. JAMA Intern Med. 2015 Jun; 175(6):890.

Rogers SE, Thrasher AD, Miao Y, Boscardin WJ, Smith AK. Discrimination in Healthcare Settings is Associated with Disability in Older Adults: Health and Retirement Study, 2008-2012. J Gen Intern Med. 2015 Oct; 30(10):1413-20.

Rebholz CM, Wu T, Hamm LL, Arora R, Khan IE, Liu Y, Chen CS, Mills KT, Rogers S, Kleinpeter MA, Simon EE, Chen J. The association of plasma fluorescent oxidation products and chronic kidney disease: a case-control study. Am J Nephrol. 2012; 36(4):297-304.

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