Darin Rogers, a native of Keyser, West Virginia, attended Potomac State College from 1983 to 1985 before graduating from Davis and Elkins College in 1988. Darin received a Master’s degree in Management from Troy University.
After graduation, he began an impressive military career as the Division Officer for the Patient Administration Department. Darin was the Medical Administrative Officer on the USS Saratoga (CV-60) during its final cruise to the Mediterranean. He later operated across the globe in naval healthcare support offices and clinics until 2012, when he retired from the US Navy after 24 years of dedicated service.
Following his career in the Navy, Darin was named the Director of Operations for the Physician Enterprise at St. Vincent’s Healthcare in Jacksonville, Florida, before coming home to West Virginia in November, 2013 to serve as the Vice President and Chief Ambulatory Operations Officer at WVU Medicine. During this time, he assumed a health system role as Vice President of Provider Network Services, WVUHS, and continues to hold fellow status within the American College of Healthcare Executives.