Christine Rogness, MD, FACS

//Christine Rogness, MD, FACS
Christine Rogness, MD, FACS2021-01-07T21:16:39-07:00
Christine D. Rogness, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Christine Rogness, MD, FACS is a board-certified surgeon who has been a valued member of the Mountain View Surgical team since 2009. Dr. Rogness is the medical director of The Breast Care Center Program at Parker Adventist Hospital. She also serves as the Cancer Liaison Physician for the Cancer Center at Parker Adventist Hospital. In her free time, she loves spending time with family and traveling as well as bicycling, skiing, and participating in sprint triathlons.

Medical Director: The Breast Care Center, Parker Adventist Hospital (current)

Cancer Liaison Physician: Cancer Center, Parker Adventist Hospital (current)

General Surgeon: Foothills Surgical Associates (2004-2009)

General Surgeon: Dinklage Medical Clinic, West Point, NE (2001-2004)

General Surgeon: Associated Surgeons, Denver, CO (1998-2003)

General Surgeon: University Hospital, Denver, CO (1996-1998)

Medical Staff: Parker Adventist Hospital, The Medical Center of Aurora, Crown Point Surgery Center, Exempla Lutheran Medical Center, St. Anthony Central Hospital

Robotic Surgery training

Intern/Resident (General Surgery): University of Colorado Health Sciences Center (1991-1996)

Medical School: MD, University of Colorado Health Science Center (1991)

Bachelor of Arts: University of Colorado, Boulder (1986)

State of Colorado Medical License (1996)

American Board of Surgery (1997; recertified 2006)

Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (2000)

American College of Surgeons, Fellow

American Society of Breast Surgeons

Southwestern Surgical Congress, Fellow

Colorado Medical Society

Clear Creek Valley Medical Society

Denver Academy of Surgery

Eiseman B, Norton L, Steigmann G. Preoperative Laboratory Evaluation and Short Bowel Syndrome, Surgical Decision Making 4th Edition, WB Saunders. 2000

Trawick JD, Rogness CD, Poyton RO. “Identification of an upstream activation sequence and other acting elements required for transcription of COX6 from sacchromyces cerevisiae.” Mol Cell Biol. 1989;22:5380-5358.