Rebecca Rothstein, DO, is a New Jersey native transplanted to the Midwest. She attended Bryn Mawr, a top liberal arts women’s college in Pennsylvania, where she graduated Cum Laude with Honors in Chemistry. Rothstein went on to attend Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine and graduated in 2014 with a certificate of honor for outstanding achievement in pediatrics. She then completed a three-year Internship and Residency in Pediatrics at Children’s Regional Hospital at Cooper University in Camden, New Jersey, and graduated in 2017 with an award for outstanding contribution to teaching.
Following graduation, Rothstein accepted a Pediatric Hospitalist position at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital (PMCH) at Ascension St. Vincent Indianapolis. She has worn many hats in educational leadership, including Pediatric Medical Student Inpatient Preceptor and Pediatric Medical Student Clerkship Co-Director at PMCH, as well as spending time as an Assistant/Associate Professor of Primary Care and Clinical Chair in Pediatrics for Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MU-COM). Rothstein is committed to lifelong learning and demonstrates a passion for teaching all levels of learners, which has led her down the path to advancing her leadership competencies through enrollment in the John Hopkins University Master of Education in the Health Professions (MEHP) program.