Dr. Chad Rodgers, M.D.

A Little Rock native, Dr. Rodgers has been at Little Rock Pediatric Clinic since 2002.   He attended Baylor University and then returned to the University of Arkansas for Medical Science for medical school.  He completed his pediatric residency training at Arkansas Children’s Hospital where he served as Chief Resident.  He has a strong interest in preventive care, health literacy, and child advocacy.   He is vice president of the Arkansas chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and secretary to the board of directors of the Arkansas Medical Society. He is the co-founder of Reach Out and Read Arkansas and serves on its board, as well as on the board of Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families. Dr. Rodgers also serves as Chief Medical Officer for the Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care.  He is the 2015 recipient of Arkansas Children’s Hospital’s Dr. Tom Ed Townsend Award.