Rogers is a comprehensive psychiatric hospital, nationally recognized for specialty residential treatment programs for eating disorders, addiction, obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety disorders for children, teens and adults.
Patients and families often tell us that getting to know our doctors really helps them understand what makes Rogers a special place.
In these videos, our doctors explain in their own words what Rogers is and what Rogers does in a unique and personal way. You can watch these videos right here on this page, or click the "[More...]" link after each summary to see the HD version and read the transcripts.
Dr. Miller discusses what addiction treatment at Rogers Memorial Hospitals residential center the Herrington Recovery Center entails, including individualized plans, dual diagnosis, educational sessions and more.
The experience of treatment at Rogers Memorial Hospital is deeply personal for each patient. Peter M. Lake, MD, explains how each and every patient is different and that clinicians who really enjoy working with kids can make all the difference when fostering a sustained recovery.
Michael M. Miller, MD, FASAM, FAPA, medical director, Herrington Recovery Center, appreciates that when he wants to talk to a national leader in eating disorders treatment, he just walks across campus.
Parents of patients at the Child Center often tell Stephanie C. Eken, MD, FAAP, medical director, Child Center, that they wish they'd come to Rogers sooner. Many patients at the Child Center have told her they have never met another person with the anxiety that they are experiencing. It can often be comforting for families and patients to learn that they are not alone.
Bradley C. Riemann, PhD, clinical director, OCD Center - Oconomowoc, says OCD treatment at Rogers Memorial Hospital is aimed at getting get people back on track with their lives as quickly as possible.
Peter M. Lake, MD, medical director, Rogers Memorial Hospital - Oconomowoc, says that a combination of different types of treatments are essential for making progress when working with difficult psychiatric cases.