Dr. Rodger Miller is a Cardiothoracic surgeon in the British Virgin Islands and Jamaica. He completed medical school at the University of the West Indies (Mona) in 2006 where he obtained a Bachelor in Basic Medical Science with honours and a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degrees. He went on to complete a one year internship at Kingston Public Hospital and subsequently completed a 6 months rotation through cardiothoracic surgery in 2008 as a senior house officer. During this time he developed a passion for cardiothoracic surgery. He later went on to do post graduate studies in cardiothoracic surgery which was completed in 2016. During his post graduate period he completed a two year clinical fellowship at Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Glasgow, Scotland. This allowed him to gain further experience in minimal invasive thoracic procedures, cardiac operations and transplant surgery.
After training, he became a consultant at National Chest hospital and an honorary consultant at University Hospital of the West Indies and subsequently became a pioneered the cardiothoracic surgery department at BVIHSA.
Dr. Miller enjoys giving back to his community and remains an active member of the small number of cardiothoracic surgeons in Jamaica, and strives to advance cardiovascular and overall patient care both in the BVI and the Caribbean. He also enjoys spending time with his family, gardening and farming.