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Dr. Drew Rogers

Dr. Drew Rogers is serving as team physician for a U.S. Men's National Team for the first time here at the 2017 International Ice Hockey Federation Men's World Championship.  

He previously served in the same role with the U.S. Under-18 Men's National Team at the 2016 Five Nations Cup in Finland. 

Dr. Rogers is a Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon with board certifications in the United States (ABOS) and Canada (FRCSC) and holds an added Subspecialty Certificate in Orthopedic Sports Medicine from the ABOS.  He serves as Chief of Orthopedics at Morton Hospital and is on staff at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, practicing at Orthopedic Care Physicians Network in Raynham, Massachusetts.  

He is also a team physician for Boston College Athletics, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth Athletics, Taunton High School, and Coyle & Cassidy High School.  He sits on the Sports Medicine Board for the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association and helps with the education of orthopedic surgeons with his work as an associate master instructor with the Arthroscopy Association of North America.

Dr. Rogers specializes in sports medicine and complex injuries of the hip, knee, and shoulder, with a subspecialty interest in arthroscopy of the knee, shoulder, and hip. 

He received his medical training at Boston University Medical School and completed his intern year at Vanderbilt University and his orthopedic residency at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. He finished his Orthopedic Sports Fellowship at Boston University, under the guidance of Dr. Anthony Schepsis and Dr. Timothy Foster, where he was a team physician.

Dr. Rogers lives in Medfield, Massachusetts, with his wife and two daughters.