Faculty Profile

Kimberly Rogers

Kimberly Rogers

Adjunct Program Coordinator - MSN Nurse Practitioner Program

College of Health Professions

Adjunct Assistant Professor

D.N.P., University of Massachusetts, Boston


Biography

Kimberly P. Rogers DNP, APRN, FNP-BC serves as a Clinical Coordinator for the Nurse Practitioner Program, acting as the liaison for student credentialing. She is also an Adjunct Instructor for the Nurse Practitioner Program at the Georgetown Campus, teaching Child Development and Assessment, Acute and Chronic Care of Children, and Gender Health Issues. She also serves as a Clinical Site Visitor for the Nurse Practitioner Program.​

Dr. Rogers earned her B.S.N. from the University of Delaware in 2000. She received her M.S.N. /F.N.P. from Wilmington University in 2005. She earned her D.N.P. from the University of Massachusetts Boston in 2014. 

Dr. Rogers began her nursing career at Milford Memorial Hospital, specializing in Women's and Pediatric Services. After becoming board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner (ANCC), Dr. Rogers worked for the Delaware Division of Public Health in Sexual and Reproductive Health Services, specializing in Gender Health. Dr. Rogers is currently specializing in Adult Endocrinology at Peninsula Regional Medical Center.