Stephanie Rogers, MSN, RN, has been appointed nurse manager of Parent Education, Lactation and Outpatient programs.
Rogers’ promotion is a part of ongoing efforts to integrate Christiana Women and Children’s Services and to focus more work on the disparities of health care delivery.
Rogers also manages the Delaware Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies program at Christiana Care and the WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselors, as well as some related research.
Her 16 years’ experience at Christiana Care includes leading preventive services such as perinatal case management and education, facilitating sexuality education programs for adults with disabilities and incarcerated adolescents, and serving as a patient advocate for several HIV/AIDS service organizations.
Her background in public health programs has helped to obtain substantial grant funding to develop programs with a focus on health equity and improving access to care for vulnerable and underserved populations. She has extensive background in leading multidisciplinary teams including nurses, social workers, behavioral health providers, dietitian, and community peer counselors.
Rogers received her bachelor’s degree in community health education from Temple University, and her bachelor’s degree in nursing and master’s degree in health services administration from the University of Delaware. Her depth of knowledge in community health and health education facilitates the growth of the Women’s and Children’s Service Line dedicated to increasing value for patients and their families.