Dr. Roseanne Jo Beers , MD

Family Medicine

Overview

Welcome to My Doctor Online, a website Kaiser Permanente physicians developed to help you address healthcare needs simply. I am a family physician trained in the care of babies, children, adults and office gynecology. From this site, check your preventive health needs, reorder medication online or act for a family member. Learn about conditions, online programs and improve your fitness and health, in mind and body. Background I was born in Wichita, Kansas, the youngest of four children. At the age of four, my father accepted a job as purchasing agent for the University of Alaska. In our '56 Ford station wagon, our whole family including our cat, Figgie, and our dog, Tippy, drove from my birth town to my new home town of Fairbanks, Alaska. I vividly remember the snowy, icy roads winding through the mountains. Imprinted on my mind was looking down the sheer cliffs to the valleys. I have to admit at that age, I was scared; but, I felt safe with my dad at the wheel, and Tippy at my side. As a child I developed a sense of travel and adventure. Alaska is geographically isolated from the "lower forty-eight" (Alaska lingo for the continental United States). My father would save up his vacations over a few years, in order for us to afford to drive down to Kansas to visit our grandparents and cousins. On the way we would camp, visit National Parks, and drive to a different destination every day. In this far north wilderness, I developed a love of land, sky, and wildlife. Fairbanks is the best theater in the world for the Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights. Most winters the cow moose with their calves would come into our small town and right into our back yard in search of willows for browsing. As a teenager, I made many camping trips to Denali National Park, then called Mt. McKinley National Park. Before embarking into my studies, I had the opportunity to work on the Alaska Pipeline, through the International Laborer's Union. For 13 months I worked at Galbraith Lake Camp, as a general camp maintenance laborer, progressing to incinerator operator. Galbraith Lake is too far north for trees, at the foot of the Brooks Mountain Range, north of the Artic Circle. We worked seven days a week, ten hours a day. I was physically strong. One evening after work, my coworkers and I climbed a neighboring mountain, ascending and descending back to camp in three hours. The pipeline was being completed, and I was one of the last to leave. The last year I spent at Prudoe Bay, a coastal camp on the Artic Ocean, working on the finishing touches on one of the main Pump Stations. Some more adventures during my pipeline and college days included celebrating the July 4th bicentennial with my coworkers by charting an overnight jet flight from Prudoe Bay to Nome; a cross country motorcycle trip from the East Coast to Alaska on my 500cc Honda; and traveling through Europe for six weeks. It was during my studies I met my first husband, Art. He was a fellow student, majoring in Fisheries Biology. He went on to dental school. After finishing our studies we both were planning to return to Alaska to start our family. However, fate had other plans. While on a camping trip, Art and a friend drowned in a canoe accident. It was very sad to lose Art, but it helped knowing he had always lived his life to the fullest. I completed my undergraduate studies with a B.S. in Environmental Sciences, and an A.A.S. in Chemical Science at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. I left Alaska to attend medical school in Seattle, Washington, continuing the journey south to San Bernardino, California for my family practice residency. Living in San Bernardino in Southern California allowed me to ski in the mountains in the morning, and go walking on the beach that same afternoon. I became a California convert! I first encountered Kaiser Permanente during my residency. I thoroughly enjoyed working with a system that was so well-integrated. All

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Languages Spoken: English and Spanish

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Specialties: Family Medicine

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Kaiser Permanente Medical Group
5900 State Farm Dr Ste 100
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
(707) 206-3036

Fax:(707) 720-6304
Website:kp.org
Accepting New Patients: Yes
Medicare Accepted:Yes
Medicaid Accepted:No

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Roseanne J Beers Md
7444 Maximillian Pl
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
(707) 206-3000

Fax:
Website:Not available
Accepting New Patients: No
Medicare Accepted:No
Medicaid Accepted:No

Office Hours:

Mon8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Tue8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Wed8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Thu8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Fri8:00 AM-5:00 PM
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