Dr. Louise C. Rogers
Dr. Louise Rogers always wanted to be a surgeon. But she also wanted to be able to get to know patients in a primary care setting by seeing them year after year. Obstetrics and gynecology provided an opportunity to do both.
"Getting to know my patients over the years and having time to listen to them are very important to me," Dr. Rogers shared. "I believe in maintaining a close relationship with all my patients."
Dr. Rogers is a graduate of Charlotte Country Day School, Duke University, and Georgetown University Medical School. She received her obstetrics and gynecology training at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Dr. Rogers' commitment to women's healthcare extends well beyond Mintview's office walls. She has made multiple missionary trips to Africa, Haiti, Mexico, Pakistan and was honored to pass on the gift of her education by sponsoring residency of an OB/GYN doctor in Africa.
Closer to home, Dr. Rogers is a strong advocate for blood and bone marrow donation. As the niece and sister of blood cancer victims, she encourages all healthy adults to donate blood through the American Red Cross and to register as bone marrow donors through the National Bone Marrow Registry. She recommends organ donation. Dr. Rogers also volunteers at the Charlotte Community Health Clinic.
Dr. Rogers grew up in Charlotte and is an avid fan of the Duke Blue Devils, Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Braves. She has been an active member of Covenant Presbyterian Church since childhood. Dr. Rogers enjoys spending free time with family and friends, as well as traveling and being outdoors. In 2011, she developed a new love of running while training for a half marathon with Team In Training to support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.