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Dr. Tom Rogers has practiced pediatrics in Fort Worth since 1967. He spent his early years at George Clarke Elementary, McLean and RL Paschal schools. He earned his undergraduate degree at Texas Christian University and his medical degree at Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. Dr. Rogers' special interests are centered around school-related problems and he is involved in several child advocacy organizations. He was board certified in 1966. A former baseball player, Dr. Rogers was inducted into the TCU Letterman's Hall of Fame in 1999. He was honored with the Cook Children's Physician Network Service Award in 2003 and Distinguished Physician Award in 2006. Dr. Rogers also received special recognition from the Tarrant County Medical Society by accepting the Gold-Headed Cane Award in 2006.
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Dr. Rogers also served the Fort Worth Independent School District (FWISD) as Citizen's Advisory Committee Chairman for the 1985 Facilities Improvement Bond Program and the 1990 Committee on Desegregation.
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