Family Medical Psychiatry
Beginning March 1, all appointments are telehealth virtual
DOWNLOAD Google Meet to your computer or smartphone https://g.co/duo so we can call you at the time of visit.
To protect confidentiality, email is only for established patients and for non-clinical information such as appointment request and changes.
Timothy A Rogge MD
direct line 425-647-1774
Office line 425-647-1225
Elizabeth L Rogge MS ARNP
email firstname.lastname@example.org until March 15
email@example.com after March 15, 2023
Electronic communication of prescription information and refill authorization included in Schedules 2- 5 must be electronically communicated to a pharmacy of the patient’s choice.
Submit the following: Pharmacy name and address.
For controlled substance refill, for up to 3 months ( maximum) will be authorized during your appointment.
Every 3 months interval renewal appointments is still strictly required before refill is authorized for all medications.
Psychiatric Care Services
Diagnostic Evaluation for Treatment
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Elizabeth Rogge only)
NO SHOW $100
Late cancel $75 *
* Unique circumstance discuss with your provider
OLDER than 6 months balance. Required to sign up to “auto” bill for regular minimum payment. Provide your credit card information.
Medical Records Request
We share treatment summary with other providers you are currently in treatment with.
Please fax requests to 425- 861- 1085
For other requests, we require:
1. Prepaid fee equivalent to our usual and customary fee for the number of hours spent in fulfilling the request.
2. Subject to our availability in fulfilling your request. Our priority is patient care.
Timothy A Rogge MD completed medical school at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, internal medicine internship at University of Washington Hospitals, and psychiatry residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is certified as a specialist by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He has served as assistant professor on the clinical faculties in psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University and University of Washington. As a senior outside reviewer for Milliman and Robertson, he helped develop their best practice guidelines, used throughout the United States by hospitals, clinics, and insurance companies. He is a member of American Medical Association and Washington State Medical Association. From 1977 to 1979 he was medical director for mental health services at Howard County Health Department in Columbia, Maryland. From 1979 to 1982 he was assistant director for student mental health services at Johns Hopkins University. After moving to Seattle in 1982 he was medical director for psychiatric inpatient services at Providence Hospital for eight years. At Fairfax Hospital in Kirkland he was hospital medical director from 1992 to 1999. He developed physician services for inpatient psychiatry at Swedish Providence campus from 1999 to 2002. Since then he has maintained a general psychiatry office practice focused on treatment-resistant psychiatric disorders.
Elizabeth L Rogge MS ARNP received her Master of Science in Nursing for Adult Psychiatry and Mental Health from University of Maryland and is board certified in Washington State as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) with Prescriptive Authority. At the Johns Hopkins Hospital PHIPPS, psychiatric service Inpatient Service and Acute Treatment Clinic (ATC), she evaluated and treated acutely ill outpatients; supervised psychiatric medical residents and was part of team teaching -Human Development, Johns Hopkins University Medical School . She served on clinical faculty for University of Washington Graduate School of Nursing. She is a member of Washington State Nurses’ Association. She was Psychiatric Nurse-Consultant for Baltimore’s U.S. Public Health Hospital. While in that position she developed the hospital’s Clinical Specialist position and its psychiatric liaison/consultation service. Since 1983 she has been providing office-based psychiatric care in the Seattle area to patients with difficult to treat bipolar disorder, major depression, anxiety disorders, and other serious neuropsychiatric illnesses.