Rogosin Kidney Care Alliance, LLC
End-Stage Renal Disease Seamless Care Organization
The Rogosin Institute is a world-renowned not-for-profit treatment and research center for kidney disease and its complications. Rogosin also provides treatment programs for patients with high cholesterol and has innovative research programs in cancer and diabetes. The Rogosin Institute is affiliated with:
Two of The Rogosin Institute's dialysis facilities are participating as Participant Owners:
The Rogosin Kidney Center
The Rogosin Kidney Center is a 37-station clinic that provides in-center hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, and home hemodialysis options for patients who live on the East Side of Manhattan.
Rogosin Kidney Center Queens
Located in Woodside, New York, Rogosin Kidney Center Queens is a 30-station clinic that provides in-center hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.
Participating physicians of The Rogosin Institute, all of whom participate as ESCO Providers, include:
Nathaniel Berman, MD
Dr. Berman is a nephrologist at The Rogosin Kidney Center in Manhattan.
Andrew Bohmart, MD
Dr. Bohmart is a nephrologist and serves as the Medical Director for The Rogosin Kidney Center in Manhattan.
David Epstein, MD
Dr. Epstien is a nephrologist at The Rogosin Kidney Center in Manhattan.
Frank Liu, MD
Dr. Liu is a nephrologist and serves as the Medical Director for the home hemodialysis program at The Rogosin Kidney Center in Manhattan.
Vesh Srivatana, MD
Dr. Srivatana is a nephrologist and serves as the Director of the peritoneal dialysis program at The Rogosin Kidney Center in Manhattan.
Frumkin Nephrology Associates is an independent nephrology practice located in Forest Hills, New York. The practice is a Participant Owner and its participating physicians include:
Gail Frumkin, MD
Dr. Gail Frumkin is a nephrologist and also serves as the Medical Director for Rogosin Kidney Center Queens.
Dalia Frumkin, MD
Dr. Dalia Frumkin is a nephrologist and also serves as the Director for the peritoneal dialysis program at Rogosin Kidney Center Queens.
Alexander Bangiev, MD
Dr. Bangiev is a nephrologist and practices in Queens, New York. He is participating as a Participant Owner.
There are no joint ventures between or among any participants or The Rogosin Institute.
The Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine at Weill Cornell provides an array of clinical, educational and research programs promoting excellence in geriatrics and palliative medicine within the medical institution and community at large.
NewYork-Presbyterian Queens’ palliative care team helps patients who have a serious illness in the relief of their pain, symptoms, suffering and stress.
NewYork Quality Care is a Medicare Shared Savings Program accountable care organization that is a joint initiative of NewYork-Presbyterian, Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons and Weill Cornell Medical College.
The Partners listed above are not Participants in the CEC Model.
Barry H. Smith, MD, PhD
Dr. Smith also serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of The Rogosin Institute.
Chief Medical Officer
Gail Frumkin, MD
Dr. Frumkin also serves as President of Frumkin Nephrology Associates and as Medical Director of the Rogosin Auburndale and Queens Dialysis Units of The Rogosin Institute.
Director of Operations
Bruce R. Gordon, MD
Dr. Gordon also serves as Chief Operating Officer of The Rogosin Institute.
Anna Arreglado, MPH
Ms. Arreglado also serves as Senior Regulatory and Data Leader of The Rogosin Institute.
Director of Information Technology
Daniel Levine, PhD
Dr. Levine also serves as Chief Information Officer of The Rogosin Institute.
Clinical Data Officer
Jonathan Lorch, MD
Dr. Lorch also serves as Director of Dialysis Research and Special Projects of The Rogosin Institute.
Board of Managers
Barry H. Smith, MD, PhD – The Rogosin Institute
Bruce R. Gordon, MD – The Rogosin Institute
Gail Frumkin, MD – Frumkin Nephrology Associates and The Rogosin Institute
Alexander Bangiev, MD – Nephrology Medical Care
The statements contained in this document are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of CMS. The authors assume responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of the information contained in this document.
Last Revised 11/7/2017