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Meet Brittany Nicole Rogers, DMS, PA-C

"Niki" is a board certified Physicians Assistant with experience in both the inpatient and outpatient settings.  Niki completed her graduate degree from University of Missouri Columbia and completed her Physician assistant program with Missouri State University.  Niki has experience and research knowledge specifically focused in areas of neuroscience including Stokes, TIA, and neuropathy.  As a member of the community, Niki has developed relationships with many of the area providers.

In May of 2022, Niki received a Doctor of Medical Science degree from Butler University providing further education in clinical management and increasing depth of medical knowledge focusing in patient population and safety, as well as self and organizational leadership.

Education & Training

 Butler University
Doctor of Medical Science                               

May 2022
AAPA Category 1 CME presentation: “CHF in Rural Low-Income Patients”


Missouri State University

MS in Physician Assistant Studies                                December 2016

Thesis Title: “Don’t lose your brain: Brain Injury Diagnosis and Treatment”

University of Missouri, Columbia
MS in Pathology 2013
Certificate in Neuroscience
Thesis Title: “Of Mice and Men: Can MMP-9 be a biomarker and a potential target for treatment after traumatic brain injury”

Southeast Missouri State University
BS in Biology: Biomedical Sciences Option 2011
Academic Distinction in Biology, Honors Program, Summa Cum Laude
Minors: Chemistry and Spanish
Distinction/Honors Thesis: “A Morphological Analysis of the Golden Crayfish, Orconectes luteus”

Licenses & Certifications

National Commission on Certifications of PHYSICIAN assistants 2017

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) 2015              

Basic Life Support (BLS) 2014




Heart and Vascular Associates, LLC
May 2018 - current


Saint Francis Medical Center, Cape Neurology Specialists, Saint Francis Concussion Clinic

February 2017 - May 2018

Perform complete history, physical exam, and neurologic exam in both inpatient and outpatient setting as well as order and interpret laboratory and radiologic studies and form and follow appropriate treatment plans.


University of Missouri
August 2011 - May 2013

Perform research in the Center for Translational Neuroscience; focus on Traumatic Brain Injury in both humans as well as mice.  Exploring biochemical markers to correlate with severity of injury as well as pharmaceutical treatment through mechanism based inhibitors.



Madison Medical Center
May 2009 - Feb 2017
Register patients to the ER, complete necessary paperwork, answer phones, communicate with other hospitals about patient treatment, and assist nurses and physicians in any way.    
(PRN from 2009 until May 2013; PRN from January 2015-present)



Missouri Academy of Physician Assistants (MOAPA)
American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA)
Phi Kappa Phi (National Honors Society)
Phi Eta Sigma (National Honors Society)
Alpha Epsilon Delta (National Pre-Professional Honors Society)

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