Dr. Rosen was born in Israel and devoted three years serving in the Israeli military as a tank commander. He attended medical school at a Columbia University-affiliated international medical school in Israel and then completed his residency in Family Medicine at the University of New Mexico. Committed to the health and wellness of the rural people of New Mexico, Dr. Rosen moved to the Navajo Nation (one of the largest reservations in the United States serving over 244,000 Native Americans) with his wife and son, where he spent three years providing primary and emergency room care with the Indian Health Service in the town of Kayenta. In 2008, the Rosen family relocated to Santa Fe where he joined the CHRISTUS St. Vincent Medical Staff as a hospitalist for La Familia Medical Center — a clinic that provides accessible, family-centered care to over 20,000 patients.
Dr. Rosen joined the CHRISTUS St. Vincent Hospitalist Program in 2010 and held the position of Medical Director from 2012 to 2016. He has appreciated the experience of providing exceptional clinical care and working on numerous quality initiatives within the health system for the past ten at CHRSITUS St. Vincent Hospital, where he has held various leadership roles, served on several medical and patient-focused committees, including a special task force on Behavioral Health solutions, and is currently the Chief of the Medical Staff. Dr. Rosen is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley with a B.S. in Molecular and Cell Biology and a Medical Degree from Ben Gurion University in Israel an affiliated program with Columbia University as part of their international medicine program. He is a board-certified family physician and hospitalist. Dr. Rosen, his wife, Patricia, and their four children are happy to call Santa Fe their home.