Join us on April 27 for our 11th Annual African American Health Symposium
This year's event will focus on the impact of dementia in our community and hope for the future. The event will feature a keynote presentation by Dr. Janice Harbin, President and CEO of Anthony L. Jordan Health Corp.
This is an in-person conference. Everyone attending is required to wear a mask. You will receive a registration confirmation email once registered for the conference. For more information, please call 1-800-272-3900.
Register here for the in-person event and here to watch remotely.
March 11, 2021
Thanks to everyone who attended the 10th Annual Dr. Lemuel and Gloria Rogers Health Symposium. If you missed it, you can go back to view it on Facebook.
About Dr. Lemuel and Mrs. Gloria Rogers
In 1968, Dr. Lemuel Rogers became one of the first black doctors to build and own a medical building in Rochester. In more than three decades as an obstetrician-gynecologist, he delivered more than 5,000 babies at Rochester’s Highland and Saint Mary’s hospitals.
Dr. Rogers’ wife, Gloria, worked as a teacher and counselor for the Rochester City School District for 30 years. Mrs. Rogers was a member of the Delta Nu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
Later in life, Mrs. Rogers developed dementia and Dr. Rogers was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Dr. Rogers reached out to family friends Ralph and Mollie Richards to seek guidance and support from the Alzheimer’s Ministry at Mt. Olivet. After Dr. Rogers’ passing in 2015, the symposium was renamed to commemorate the Rogers family's contributions to health education in the Rochester black community.