Dr. Rob Rohatsch, MD

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Dr. Rob Rohatsch, MD

Chief Medical Officer, Solv

Dr. Rob Rohatsch currently serves as Chief Medical Officer for Solv Health. Dr. Rohatsch brings his extensive background in multi-site ambulatory medicine operations, on-demand healthcare, and consumerism to Solv, where he helps drive strategic initiatives in a cross functional executive role. He brings comprehensive healthcare expertise ranging from medical group operations to revenue cycle management and clinical expertise. 

Dr. Rohatsch completed his military service in the US Air Force and earned his MD from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University. Dr. Rohatsch served on the Yale School of Medicine faculty teaching at the medical school and is currently on faculty at the Haslam School of Business at the University of Tennessee teaching in the Executive MBA Program. He also serves on several boards and chairs The TJ Lobraico Foundation.

153 Articles

STDs are on the rise: What you should know

STDs are on the rise: What you should know

It’s time to set aside embarrassment and awkwardness and have the talk. Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)...

Sick kids? Solv has your back with pediatric care

Sick kids? Solv has your back with pediatric care

Your child is under the weather, so you call your pediatrician. They say, “Our next available appointment is in...

XBB.1.5: A new Covid variant spreads across the US. What do you need to know?

XBB.1.5: A new Covid variant spreads across the US. What do you nee...

The holidays may have ended, but COVID continues to loom large. As you navigate the new year, the last thing you...

Why taking too many antibiotics can be harmful

Why taking too many antibiotics can be harmful

Few things are more frustrating than feeling sick and finding out there’s nothing you can do to speed recovery....

The 2022 Solv Guide to Health Insurance

The 2022 Solv Guide to Health Insurance

The final months of the year can be some of the most stressful for a variety of reasons: gift shopping, family...

COVID habits worth keeping, and those you can leave behind

COVID habits worth keeping, and those you can leave behind

COVID made us rethink our daily routines to keep from getting sick and to protect others from the virus. But...

Flu season 2022 may be bad, experts warn. Are you prepared?

Flu season 2022 may be bad, experts warn. Are you prepared?

Why the 2022 flu season may be worse The flu was almost non-existent during the last few years. It’s not so...

New Omicron Bivalent COVID-19 Booster: What is it? When should you get it?

New Omicron Bivalent COVID-19 Booster: What is it? When should you ...

On August 31st, 2022, the US FDA authorized new single-dose booster shots for COVID-19, targeting the Omicron...

How to catch and stop mastitis early

How to catch and stop mastitis early

With so many things to consider in the first few months of a baby’s life, it can sometimes be difficult to...

Monkeypox and kids: As cases rise, should parents worry?

Monkeypox and kids: As cases rise, should parents worry?

Homework's done? Check. Are lunch boxes packed? Check. Made it to the school bus on time? Check. Getting into...

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