Dr. Rogers received his pediatric training at Carolinas Medical Center, specifically at Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Other areas Dr. Rogers has spent time studying are vitamin deficiency in children, malarial infections, and firearm and injury prevention.
Dr. Rogers and his wife, Kylee, live in Savannah with their two dogs, Erk, a springer spaniel, and Marlow, a great dane. They have now been married for over 3 years and are excited to be back home in Savannah. He enjoys watching the Georgia Southern Football games, reading comic books, going to live music shows, and attending church at Compassion Christian Savannah.