Adam Rosenberg, DVM
Born in Sherman Oaks, California, Dr. Adam Rosenberg graduated in 1993 from the University of California, Santa Cruz with a combined major in Biology and Environmental Studies. Since high school, summers were spent in Southwest Colorado, where his love for the state grew. After college graduation, Dr. Rosenberg completed two internships in wildlife biology, one in Yosemite National Park, and the other on San Clemente Island off of San Diego. These experiences helped direct Dr. Rosenberg toward a career in veterinary medicine. After moving to Colorado in 1994, he lived and worked for a wilderness outfitter outside of Durango while also obtaining valuable veterinary experience at the Cortez Animal Hospital. In 1996, Dr. Rosenberg was accepted at Colorado State University (CSU), where he attended veterinary school and graduated in 2000. An additional year of intensive internship training, also at CSU, followed graduation.
In July 2001, Dr. Rosenberg joined what was a small, start-up, after-hours emergency facility in Parker. As one of the two full-time staff veterinarians, Dr. Rosenberg worked strictly overnights as the practice grew. In November 2002, he was promoted to hospital director by the board that managed the practice and later purchased the practice from the initial group of investors.
Dr. Rosenberg lives in Franktown with his wife, Dr. Michelle Marsh, and their six animals—three dogs and three cats. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking, hiking, gardening and spending time outside in our beautiful Colorado weather.