Assistant Clinical Director of University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Emergency Department
Education and Training
Undergraduate: Brown University
Medical School: University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Emergency Medicine Residency: New York Presbyterian Cornell/Columbia (2012-2013) and University of Maryland Medical Center (2013-2015)
Emergency Department Administration Fellowship: University of Maryland Medical Center
Dr. Roggio attended University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. He began residency in Emergency Medicine at New York Presbyterian Hospital and completed training at University of Maryland Medical Center, becoming Residency Chief and completing an Emergency Department Administration Fellowship. Dr. Roggio is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine by the Amercian Board of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Roggio is the current Assistant Director of Emergency Medicine at University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus, and is the Director of Telehealth for University of Maryland Department of Emergency Medicine, acting as the Clinical Director of UMEM TeleTriage and TeleSNF. Dr. Roggio also serves as Chair of UMMC Midtown Hospital's Medical Staff Quality Committee as well as the UMMC Midtown Hospital Opioid Task Force.
Telehealth, Emergency Department and Hospital Administration, Quality Assurance, Opioids and Addiction, Physician Wellness, Patient Satisfaction, Medical Student and Resident Education, and Insurance/Reimbursement
Adams, A., Roggio, A., Wilkerson, G. Sonographic assessment of inadvertent vascular puncture risk during paracentesis using the traditional landmark approach. Journal of Academic Emergency Medicine. May 2015; 22(S1):67-68.
Quinn, C., Roggio, A., Barr, E., Gruber-Baldini, A. Nursing Home TeleED Intervention: Advancing New Care Models. Innov Aging. Nov 2019; 3(Suppl 1):S337-S338. PMCID 6840395
Rao, T., Roggio, A., Bontempo, L., Dezman, Z. 55 year-old male with bilateral lower extremity weakness. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine: Integrating Emergency Care with Population Health, Nov, 2017. PMID 2984933
Roggio, A.: Pitfalls of DKA, Avoiding Common Errors in the Emergency Department, Second Edition, Edited by Mattu A, Elselvier, 2017
Roggio, A.: Acute STEMI in patients with Left Bundle Branch Block and Pacemakers, Avoiding Common Errors in the Emergency Department, Second Edition, Edited by Mattu A, Elselvier, 2017
Telehealth, Emergency Telemedicine, Teletriage, Tele-Skilled Nursing Facility, Emergency Department Administration
Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center
- Chief Resident, Emergency Medicine, 2015-2016
- UMEM Distinguished Service Award, 2016
- Administration Fellow, Emergency Medicine, 2015-2016
- Clinical Pathologic Case Finalist to CORD 2017, Emergency Medicine Faculty
University of Maryland Medical Center - Midtown Campus
- Dynamite Documenter, 2018
HRSA Telehealth Network Grant Program - Maryland Eastern Shore TeleED Expansion (2020-2024)