Rodman S. Rogers, M.D.
Dr. Rogers completed his training in General Surgery and Urology at the University of California, San Francisco in 2001. He was raised in Oklahoma City and has lived in the San Francisco area since 1995. He attended Dartmouth College and the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. He has been a diplomat of the American Board of Urology since 2003.
Dr. Rogers’ practice focuses on the clinical applications of new technology including minimally-invasive treatments for kidney, bladder and prostate problems, erectile dysfunction, voiding symptoms and urinary incontinence in both men and women. Specifically, he specializes in endourologic (“telescope procedures”), laparoscopic and/or robotic surgery for kidney and bladder tumors, stones and obstruction, and prostate problems including cancer and benign enlargement. He performs the full spectrum of open genitourinary surgery including the no-scalpel vasectomy, and offers in-office sedation for procedures. His practice emphasizes preventive medicine and non-surgical treatment for voiding symptoms, kidney stones, sexual dysfunction and urologic malignancies where appropriate.
The doctor is on staff at California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC), St. Mary’s Medical Center and St. Francis Hospital, all in San Francisco.
He is the current Chairman of the Board of the Bay Area Physicians for Human Rights, a member of the CPMC Cancer Committee, CPMC Robotic Surgery Program Committee, Medical Executive Committee of the Presidio Surgery Center and has been on the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Medical Society.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Rogers is an avid swimmer on the San Francisco Tsunami Masters Swim Team and participates in open water swim events in the San Francisco Bay. He also enjoys snow skiing, scuba diving, hiking and kite boarding.