PhD, MSN, BSN
Women’s Health, Leadership, Introduction to Professional Nursing Practice, Pharmacology
Senior Care and Home Health
Over the course of her 40-year career in nursing and hospital administration, Dr. Rogers has held a variety of academic positions as well as executive positions in Women's Health Care, acute-care hospital leadership and senior services. Most notably, while serving as president of Holy Cross Hospital she supervised the development and advancement of the seniors program of Holy Cross Hospital, including the opening of the first Seniors Emergency Room in the United States, followed by the Seniors Ambulatory Surgery Center.
Dr. Rogers received her PhD degree from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. In addition to having served as associate faculty for the Georgetown University Hospital Center for clinical bioethics, she is the author/editor of several clinical texts as well as having served as a guest lecturer on the topic of advancing senior care for the Erickson School for Aging Studies at the University of Maryland. In addition, Dr. Rogers; work on improving the care of seniors has contributed to the innovation project of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, part of the U.S. government efforts to support new and advancing approaches to health care delivery services.
2001 Georgetown University Hospital Nurse of the Year Award Women’s Services
2002 Georgetown University Hospital Nurse of the Year Award Women’s
2006 George Mason University Nursing Research Dissertation Award
2010 Nursing Spectrum Regional Nurse Leader of the Year Nominee