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Dr. Jack M. Rogers

Dr. Jack M. Rogers

Dr. Jack M. Rogers came to Bowman Gray School of Medicine as a student in 1954. He finished his residency in neurology and psychiatry. He opened a private practice in Winston Salem in 1964 and then became a full-time faculty member at BGSM in 1969. Due to an increasing substance abuse problem in the United States in the early 1970s, Dr. Rogers set up one of the first ten substance abuse programs in the country in 1972. He was also responsible for developing a psychiatric satellite teaching program in 1969.

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