Sheldon Rosen, M.D., is a board certified physician at the Digestive Health Center at UWMC and a UW associate professor of Medicine.
Fulfilling the patient’s need is always Dr. Rosen’s main practice goal. He tries to listen carefully and communicate clearly, always sensitive to the patient’s individuality. He finds patience, persistence and compassion are essential factors in achieving success.
Dr. Rosen earned his M.D. at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. He is board certified in both Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine. He is experienced in the clinical management of a wide variety of gastroenterological diseases and has a special interest in cyclic vomiting syndrome and other causes of recurrent vomiting. In the past he has participated in research involving both Barrett’s esophagus and irritable bowel syndrome.
In his spare time Dr. Rosen enjoys playing violin and fiddle for classical and popular music, model wooden ship building, amateur astronomy and swimming.
Education and Training
Case Western Reserve University
Medical education, 1967
John Radcliffe Hospital (England)
UW - Division of General Internal Medicine
Univ. of Colorado Medical Center
Residency, Family Medicine
Kaiser Foundation (Oakland) Hospital
Univ. of Calif. San Francisco
Gastroenterology, 1987, American Board of Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine, 1975, American Board of Internal Medicine