Roger Hefflinger, PharmD., Associate Professor, Idaho State University, Meridian and also faculty at Family Medicine Residency of Idaho. Roger graduated from University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Pharmacy in 1986 then completed a clinical pharmacy residency also at the University of Nebraska. He joined Idaho State University College of Pharmacy in 1987 as a Treasure Valley based faculty member and initially had a service commitment to Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center providing expertise in Nutritional Support and Intensive Care Unit medicine. In 1991 he switched service commitment joining the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho (FMRI). Presently he has a joint affiliation with FMRI and the College of Pharmacy. FMRI is a 45 resident physician, 40 faculty physician program with an emphasis on training the MD for rural practice. Dr. Hefflinger has structured his educational experiences to provide pharmacy students and physicians with drug information, pharmaceutical care, and patient management in both the hospital and clinic environments. His interest areas include Pain, Asthma, CAD, Infectious disease, HIV, pharmacy cost containment strategies, and ambulatory medication management issues. Dr. Hefflinger contributes significantly to the regional continuing educational needs of physicians, pharmacists and mid level practitioners.
Dr. Clay Roscoe graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and completed his residency training at FMRI. Dr. Roscoe is a member of the FMRI faculty, the director of the FMRI HIV Primary Care Fellowship, and an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine. His clinical practice is based at the Wellness Center, a Ryan White grant-supported HIV clinic system located at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho Emerald clinic site. He has previously worked in Namibia, for the University of Washington’s Department of Global Health as an HIV/TB clinical mentor for the International Training and Education Center on Health, and occasionally returns to Africa for short term work focused on HIV and tuberculosis. Dr. Roscoe also works as a TB consultant for the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, and is the medical director for the Idaho Health District 4 tuberculosis clinic. His professional interests include HIV primary care, tuberculosis, hepatitis C, refugee health, public health and global health.