Stefanie Rosenberg, PA-C
Midwestern Regional Medical Center
"A patient who is fully in control of his or her decisions is empowered, involved, and on the path to overcoming any obstacles or setbacks that arise in the course of treatment of their disease. Feeling helpless in your care can be crippling and hinder the fight against cancer. That's what I love the most about Cancer Treatment Centers of America – its focus on empowering patients."
- Stefanie Rosenberg, PA-C
- MS, Physician Assistant Studies - Finch University of Health Sciences / Chicago Medical School
- BS, Science Education - University of Texas, Austin
Practicing Since: 1998
Stefanie Rosenberg is a Physician Assistant at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) at Midwestern Regional Medical Center (Midwestern). She primarily works with patients who undergo surgery as part of cancer treatment, and as part of the care team at CTCA, Rosenberg collaborates directly with the surgical oncologists to ensure each patients is care for. "It’s wonderful to work in an organization that always puts the patient first,” said Rosenberg, who enjoys building close relationships with colleagues, patients and their families.
Rosenberg received a bachelor’s degree in science education at the University of Texas in Austin, and her master’s degree in physician assistant studies at the Finch University of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School, where she is also a lecturer in the immunology section for physician assistant students. A well-regarded expert, she is a sought-after speaker, and her papers have been widely published in medical journals.
Rosenberg began her career as a physician assistant in thoracic surgery at Lutheran General Hospital. She then worked in interventional radiology at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Lutheran General Radiology, and Columbia St. Mary's Hospital in Milwaukee. Rosenberg happily joined the team at Midwestern Regional Medical Center in 2012.
"I enjoy working at CTCA because we always put the patient first." When not directly assisting patients, Rosenberg spends her time helping caregivers and families. "Caregivers are critical to helping a patient recover fully," she said. "I keep them updated on daily progress of the patient, any issues that arise in the course of their recovery and how those issues will be handled, and work with them to develop solutions that are appropriate for the entire family."
Rosenberg has more than 15 years of experience as a physician assistant and is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, Illinois Academy of Physicians Assistants and Society of Interventional Radiology. In her free time, Rosenberg enjoys gardening and traveling internationally.