Edward Rodgers

Biomedical Technician

Edward Rogers was born and raised in Indiana and Tennessee and now calls San Antonio home. He served as a Navy Corpsmen for seven years in multiple locations, deployed all over the world in Naval hospitals, Fleet Hospital, and Marine Corp. Units. Edward then attended the “C’ School in Wichita Texas to become a Biomedical Equipment Technician.  Before concluding his career in the military, Edward spent five years as a DOD Biomedical Equipment Instructor at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio Texas.  He taught DOD Tri-service Students in the Courses of Basic Electronic 101, X-Ray/ Fluoroscopic 109, and Advanced Mammography 115. Edward has been married for 8 years and has two sons. He also enjoys fishing, hunting, and wood working.

Edward Rogers was born and raised in Indiana and Tennessee and now calls San Antonio home. He served as a Navy Corpsmen for seven years in multiple locations, deployed all over the world in Naval hospitals, Fleet Hospital, and Marine Corp. Units. Edward then attended the “C’ School in Wichita Texas to become a Biomedical Equipment Technician.  Before concluding his career in the military, Edward spent five years as a DOD Biomedical Equipment Instructor at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio Texas.  He taught DOD Tri-service Students in the Courses of Basic Electronic 101, X-Ray/ Fluoroscopic 109, and Advanced Mammography 115. Edward has been married for 8 years and has two sons. He also enjoys fishing, hunting, and wood working.