Eric Rojo, MD
Eric is from the Madison area, mainly calling Waunakee (a small town just north of Madison) home. Growing up and during college he was able to work in many different fields like manual labor, finance, and eventually caring for the elderly in a memory care nursing home. During undergraduate he majored in Biology, studied Russian language, and met his wife. Throughout undergrad he was involved with volunteering groups like HOSA (health occupations students of America) and VIDA (an international volunteer group), which took him to Guatemala to help local doctors see patients in remote villages. During a summer in undergrad he worked in San Antonio, TX at a lab researching the pathology of Ebola and Marburg viruses. While attending UW-Madison for medical school he continued his volunteering with the Family Medicine Interest Group, and in low resource student-run clinics through a group called MEDIC. He visited Guatemala a second time to help provide care and education in rural communities alongside local and traveling physicians. He was selected by AAFP as a Family Medicine Leads Scholar.
What drew Eric to the Fox Valley Residency was the strong sense of community, culture of support, and breadth of training. He is especially interested in full spectrum care and procedures. Eric enjoys brewing beer, cooking, entertaining, and spending time with family. He loves the outdoors, especially taking hikes in any of Wisconsin’s parks.
Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin - Madison