Rogers Named Associate CMO for Strategic Growth and Implementation


The DHIP is pleased to announce that Dr. Joseph Rogers, Professor of Medicine, has been named Associate Chief Medical Officer for Strategic Growth and Implementation for the DHIP.  In this role, Rogers will focus on planning and implementation of the DHIP's ambitious growth plan that includes recruitment of additional clinicians, resource allocation and clinic site expansion.

"I am grateful that Joe will bring his strong leadership skills and deep understanding of clinical operations to the DHIP," said Dr. Mark Newman, President of the DHIP.  "This role, under Joe's leadership, will be critical as we work to position the DHIP and its members for the future."

Rogers, who recently served as interim chief of the Division of Cardiology, also serves as senior vice chair for clinical practice in the Department of Medicine.  He joins the DHIP's medical leadership team, led by Chief Medical Officer Dr. David Attarian.