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Regina Bonnevie Rogers, MD,Chief Medical Officer

About Regina Bonnevie Rogers

Dr. Bonnevie Rogers joined the PCHS team in 1998 at our 6th Street Clinic as an internal medicine provider. A recipient of a National Service Scholarship early in her medical career helped Dr. Bonnevie Rogers achieve her goal to help the medically underserved. This strong passion to improve the health and wellness of our community made Dr. Bonnevie Rogers a natural choice to become our Medical Director in 2007.

Dr. Bonnevie Rogers is known for her dedication to improving health outcomes and removing barriers to caring for all our patients. She is constantly working on improving and expanding our clinical services and is a strong advocate for chronic disease management and preventative care as well as integrated behavioral health and pharmacy services.

In her spare time, Dr. Bonnevie Rogers enjoys travel (particularly to warm places), playing pickleball, binged watching Korean dramas on Netflix, and watching sports with her family especially the Seahawks and Sounders.

  • College
  • Doctor of Medicine The George Washington University School of Medicine
    Washington, DC
  • Bachelor of Science, Liberal Arts The Evergreen State College
    Olympia, WA
  • Board Certification
  • Board Certified in Internal Medicine
Interest Areas of Interest:
  • Member of American College of Physicians