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Brief BIO of Dr. William B. Rogers

Dr. William B. Rogers is a psychiatrist with an MD from Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA 1977.

He did a medical internship at Oakland Navy Hospital, Oakland, CA --with studies in pediatrics, ER medicine, occupational medicine, Navy operational medicine, orthopedics, neurology, neurosurgery, internal medicine, primary care clinics, OB/GYN and psychiatry.

His psychiatry residency was at Oakland Navy Hospital, Oakland, CA. 1978-1981--affiliated with University of California at San Francisco and Berkely and Stanford University.

Dr. Rogers is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology -- 1985

He has further training in community mental health, treatment of serious and persistant mental illnesses, Jungian psychology, theology, comparative religions, and comparative mythology.

Bill is married to Jeannie Rose Bailey of Eupora, MS. He and Jeannie live in symbiosis with a Cairn Terrier named "SunShine."

Dr. Rogers is passionate about the American Revolution, the War Between the States (American Revolution, Round 2), the Battle of the Bulge (where his father was a decorated veteran at age 17), and the right of all American citizens to keep and bear arms as a fundamental tenant to maintaining freedom and liberty.

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