IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. – Dickinson County Healthcare is expanding its family medicine team for community members of all ages with the addition of Christopher Rogalla, D.O., to the DCH Primary Care Center in Iron Mountain.
Board-certified from the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians, Dr. Rogalla brings high levels of family medicine expertise to Dickinson County Healthcare. Dr. Rogalla graduated from the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University and completed his Mercy Health Muskegon Family Medicine residency.
“Family Medicine is a core service our community deserves. We are proud to introduce a talented new doctor to serve our local families,” commented Mandy Shelast, DCH Vice President of Physician Services.
Creating strong patient relationships to promote good health and longevity drives Dr. Rogalla to provide excellent care to the community.
“I work to partner with my patients to provide care that helps them achieve their goals while simultaneously improving their health,” Dr. Rogalla says. “The emphasis on education and shared decision-making with patients is what led me to choose a career in family medicine.”
Coming to Iron Mountain from Muskegon, MI, Dr. Rogalla is eager to explore the Upper Peninsula and engage with the community in Dickinson County. “I enjoy the outdoors, particularity biking and hiking,” he says. “I’m excited to explore the area and hit the trails in Iron Mountain and across the U.P.”
Dr. Rogalla joins the Dickinson Primary Care Center, healing patients of all ages from infant and child wellness to adult health. Dr. Rogalla is currently accepting new patients at the Iron Mountain Clinic.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Rogalla, call (906) 776-5800.