Washington, DC October 21-25, 2014
Assembly Sessions - Patient-based Care: Hospice Care and End-of-Life Issues (including Advance Directives): Improving Primary Care, CME149, CME150
Dr. Rodgers practices full-spectrum, patient and family centered medicine with an emphasis on communication and comprehensive care. He maintains an outpatient practice that focuses primarily on complexly ill adults and serves as both an inpatient attending physician and a palliative care consultant. Dr. Rodgers has been teaching medical students, residents, fellows, colleagues, nurses, social workers, spiritual caregivers, and allied health professionals for the past 16 years. He is interested in palliative care, building communication skills, and primary care cardiology. Dr. Rodgers has received the University of Michigan Dean’s Award for Community Service and the Faculty Award for Resident Teaching, as well as the Distinguished Service Award from Arbor Hospice in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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Assembly Faculty P-S
Phillip E. Rodgers, MD FAAHPM