R. Robert Rohatsch, MD, FACEP is Chief Executive Officer for Zucyla Enterprises, LLC. Dr. Rohatsch focuses on long-range plans and business growth and development for the parent company. He identifies, develops, and directs the implementation of the business strategy. He also plans and directs the organization's initiatives to the Executive Management Team to achieve the highest standards for financial performance, quality, company culture, and legislative adherence. To fulfill the organization's philosophy, mission, strategy and long-term goals, he provides direction and leadership to the chief operating officer, chief medical officer, chief financial officer, and executive staff.
Dr. Rohatsch is a founding member of Zucyla Enterprises, the parent company for Urgent Care of Connecticut which owns and operates five urgent care centers. In addition to the urgent care centers, Zucyla also owns and operates MDIII, a health-care billing company, Urgent Care Medical Associates, a professional group practice, and Urgent Care Solutions, a consulting firm. Under his leadership, Zucyla Enterprises has grown to over 100 employees in 4 years and was named a "Top Workplace" in Connecticut, ranking 11th out of 4,000 eligible companies.
Dr. Rohatsch is board-certified in Emergency Medicine by the American College of Emergency Physicians and has obtained the status of diplomate. He is a member of the Urgent Care Association of America and sits on the Continuing Education Committee. Dr. Rohatsch has been invited to speak at the annual national conference of Urgent Care Association of America on topics ranging from organizational culture to corporate growth inflection points.
He finished his undergraduate education at California State University, Sacramento in 1992 and then moved to Philadelphia to join the Department of Pediatrics at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital to assist in ongoing research in experimental ventilation techniques. Dr. Rohatsch attended medical school at Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University and graduated in 1999. After an Internal Medicine internship at New York Medical College, he completed his residency at University of Florida in Emergency Medicine and Trauma. During residency, Dr. Rohatsch trained with the NASA Space Shuttle Medical Team and became an instructor in Advanced Cardiac Life Support.
After serving as an attending physician in a busy inner-city emergency department for six years, he co- founded Zucyla Enterprises. Dr. Rohatsch is a clinical instructor at Yale School of Medicine and teaches medical students and residents. He is a veteran of the United States Air Force and served during Desert Storm.