Scott P Grogan
Lieutenant Colonel, Army
EducationEmergency Ultrasound Fellowship, Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA (Current)
Faculty Development Fellowship, Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA
Master’s in Business Administration (Honors), Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA
Family Medicine Residency, Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA
D.O., Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Athens, OH
B.S. in Chemistry, Ohio University, Athens, OH
BiographyLTC Scott Grogan first joined the United States Army in 1996 as an enlisted reservist soldier in his home town of Cleveland, Ohio. He transitioned to the Army ROTC program at Ohio University where he graduated as the Distinguished Military Graduate in 2001 with a bachelor of sciences in Chemistry. He completed his osteopathic medical training at Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2005 before moving to the Pacific Northwest for residency training at Madigan Army Medical Center. He completed his Family Medicine Residency in 2008 and took his first assignment at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany where he worked as both a staff physician and Warrior Transition Unit physician in his first year. He deployed to Baghdad Iraq with the 28th Combat Support Hospital out of Fort Bragg, NC in 2009 through 2010. Upon returning to Landstuhl he took a leading role in the hospital’s implementation of the Patient-centered Medical Home rollout, championing team-based documentation. He returned to Madigan Army Medical Center in 2011 and completed his Faculty Development Fellowship in 2013 while earning his Masters in Business Administration with honors from Pacific Lutheran University. He then moved to Augusta, Georgia and became a core teaching faculty and research director for the Eisenhower Army Medical Center Family Medicine Residency. In 2014 he deployed to Bagram, Afghanistan as Medical Director for detainee operations under the Combined-Joint Interagency Task Force 435. After his deployment he was promoted to Associate Residency Director and shortly thereafter returned to Madigan Army Medical Center a third time as the Residency Director for Family Medicine in 2016. Since returning to Madigan LTC Grogan has been a leading voice for the wide distribution of point-of-care ultrasound training across the Army and became a clinical ultrasound fellow in 2020. He is an avid runner, hiker, and backcountry snowboarder.
Anderson D, Lanham J, Grogan SP. Does the use of sterile gloves by providers during labor and delivery decrease maternal or neonatal morbidity compared to non-sterile exam gloves? Evidence-based Practice. 21(3):E1-E2, March 2018.
Seehusen DA, Ledford CJ, Grogan SP, Kim EI, Johnson JD, Stackle ME, Runser LA, Fargo MV, Keck JW. A Points system as catalyst to increase resident scholarship: a MPCRN study. Fam Med 2017;49(3):222-24.)
Fargo, MV. Grogan SP, Saguil, A. Evaluation of jaundice in adults. Am Fam Physician. 2017 Feb 1;95(3):164-168.
Egitto E, Grogan SP. Honey for cough. Am Fam Physician. 2016 Jul 1;94(1):20-1.
Grogan SP. Weighing the benefits of long-term opioid use for pain management. Family Practice Recertification. 2015 Apr 8. Available at: http://www.hcplive.com/journals/family-practice-recertification/2015/march2015/Weighing-the-Benefits-of-Long-term-Opioid-Use-for-Pain-Management
Seehusen DA, Grogan SP. Magnesium sulfate for the prevention of preterm delivery. Am Fam Physician. 2015 Apr 1; 91(7):444-445.
Saguil A, Fargo MV, Grogan SP. Diagnosis and management of Kawasaki Disease. Am Fam Physician. 2015 Mar 15; 91(6):365-371.
Grogan SP. Vegetarian diet reverses coronary artery disease. Family Practice Recertification. 2015 Feb 2. Available at: http://www.hcplive.com/publications/family-practice-recertification/2015/January2015/Vegetarian-Diet-Reverses-Coronary-Artery-Disease
Hermann S, Grogan SP. Risks of postpartum medroxyprogesterone. Evidence-based Practice 18(10); E3-4.
Grogan SP, Cube RP, Edwards, JA: Brugada syndrome unmasked by fever. Mil Med. 2011 Aug;176(8):946-9.