C.M.A. “Max” Rogers IV, M. D.

C.M.A. “Max” Rogers IV, M. D.

Dr. Max Rogers was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama, attended St. Paul’s
Episcopal School, and then attended The Virginia Military Institute for college.
After graduating from VMI, he was commissioned in the United States Marine
Corps. He attended Naval Aviation training in Pensacola FL, and after being
designated a Naval Aviator, was selected to fly F/A-18 “Hornet” Strike Fighters at
Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort, South Carolina.

After serving in the Marine Corps for seven years, Dr. Rogers attended medical
school at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. He completed his
internship and residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at The University of
Alabama Hospital in Birmingham. Dr. Rogers returned to Mobile, Alabama in
1998, and entered private practice in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is board
certified, a Fellow in The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists,
and a Diplomat of The American Board of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. He is
the Immediate Past-Chair of the Alabama Section of the American Congress of
Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Dr. Rogers has also served on the ACOG
Committee for Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, as well as the ACOG
Committee for Professional Liability. He has served as President of a local Medical
Staff consisting of 640 Physicians from 2008-2010.

Several years ago, Dr. Rogers developed his passion for combining his experiences
in the ‘Zero Tolerance for Error’ world of military jet fighters with his experiences
in his medical career, using both to concentrate on patient safety and quality
improvement in Women’s Healthcare. For the last decade, he has spoken to and
taught physicians, locally, nationally and internationally, on issues of patient safety
and high reliability teams. Utilizing quality improvement processes from aviation
and other high reliability industries, and adapting them to the medical profession,
Dr. Rogers has dedicated a large part of his life to, and is committed to reducing
our errors, and improving our outcomes in healthcare. With the inherent
complexity of the human state, our available technology and the delivery of
clinical care, Dr. Rogers continues to research and teach on the absolute necessity
of highly effective clinical teams, their leadership, standards and processes. All of
which, are the foundation of, and our best hope for, the continuous improvement in
Women’s Health and Healthcare. Dr. Rogers is honored and delighted to be joining
Bay Area Physicians for Women.

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