Areas of Interest
Dr. Roman's areas of interest include Sports Medicine, Asthma, and Newborn Care. In his spare time, he enjoys getting outside to run, bike, hike, or even spend a day at the beach. He loves to spend time with his wife and family trying new restaurants, travelling, and rooting for the Patriots, Celtics, and Red Sox.
- University of Massachusetts Medical School, Doctor of Medicine
- Boston College, Bachelor of Science, Biology
- Hasbro Children's Hospital/Rhode Island Hospital, Pediatric Internship & Residency
Dr. Roman understands that providing excellent care for each patient, requires getting to know them as a whole person. This is especially true in Pediatrics, where family, school, and the community around them has such great impact on their growth and development. Dr. Roman's personal approach to medicine aims to ease the natural anxiety a child might feel about a visit to the doctor.
He chose pediatrics after the third year of medical school, and knew this specialty was the right choice. It brings him immense joy when a child starts to heal and feel better, returning to their energetic, spirited selves.
Being a primary care physician affords you the opportunity to get to know great people and watch as their lives unfold - and as in the case of Pediatrics, as they grow from a small infant just trying to take their first steps, all the way to a young adult with plans for college or a new career.
Patients and their families can expect a conversation with Dr. Roman - whether the visit is for a physical, a recent illness, or a need with school or sports, he will work to tailor care to your medical needs of the day.
Sturdy Memorial Associates Physician
Teaching or Professional Positions
Previously an Adjunt Professor at the Bryant University Physician Assistant Program and the Johnson and Wales Physician Assistant Program
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Medical Association
Honors, Awards, etc.
Rural Health Scholar at UMass Medical School