Dr. Emilie Rogg is the medical consultant of the St. Vincent Genetics Institute. She’s a board-certified family physician and founder of Odyssey Family Medicine in Centennial. She takes pride in giving each patient her undivided attention, and receives high praise from her patients for providing excellent, comprehensive care.
Dr. Rogg attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, where she graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s in biomedical engineering and a minor in German. In addition to her studies at Rensselaer, she spent a year studying at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland.
In 1992 she enrolled at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. While in medical school, she performed research on maternal health in rural Haiti. She graduated medical school in 1996, then completed three years of post-graduate training in family medicine at the Ventura County Medical Center in Ventura, California.
Dr. Rogg’s medical work includes years working in emergency departments in California and rural Colorado. She volunteered in rural Uttar Pradesh, India. She practiced family medicine in Oregon, and worked in an urgent care setting since 2012.
Having observed the medical system from varying perspectives, Dr. Rogg became convinced that the medical profession needs to approach patient care differently. She began researching and training in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, functional medicine and pharmacogenetics — discovering that they’re viable, proactive healthcare avenues that help patients optimize their health.
The mountains brought Dr. Rogg and her family to Colorado in 2010. She has a husband and three sons that keep her busy. Outside the office, she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, skiing, bicycling and traveling. In addition to her diverse medical background, she is conversant in Spanish, French and German.