Rosener, Stephanie, M.D., I.B.C.L.C.

Associate Residency Director – Middletown Office


Pennsylvania State University
University Park, Pennsylvania

Medical School

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


United Family Medicine Residency Program
St. Paul, Minnesota


American Board of Family Medicine
International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners


Assistant Professor
University of Connecticut

Assistant Professor
Quinnipiac University

Assistant Clinical Professor
Yale University

Rosener CasualPrior to settling in Connecticut, Dr. Rosener served on the faculty of the United Family Medicine Residency Program in St. Paul, Minnesota, where she completed her residency training. Before her career in medicine, Dr. Rosener was a registered nurse with experience in critical care and labor and delivery and as a Clinical Research Nurse at the University of Pittsburgh, she coordinated several landmark clinical trials of treatments for HIV/AIDS. Her professional interests include maternal child health, prematurity prevention, care of the underserved, clinical research and residency curriculum innovation. As an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (I.B.C.L.C.) she also has a special interest in breastfeeding medicine. At the regional and national level she is a leader in the IMPLICIT Network, an FMEC collaborative that work to reduce preterm birth and Advisory Faculty for ALSO (Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics). Dr. Rosener serves as Evaluator for the Family Medicine Length of Training Pilot and previously the P4 Initiative. She leads our residency's maternity care curriculum and Maternal Child Health Track of Excellence. She is the recipient of the 2019 Research Paper of the Year from the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.

What I like best about working at Middlesex...

I love practicing and teaching in an outstanding community hospital and health care system yet still having many of the scholarly opportunities found in larger, more academic programs. I love that our program values innovation and that I can try something new (and even fail!) in order to find a better way to teach or care for patients.

My favorite thing to do with residents is...

I love helping them discover the joy of delivering babies, collaborating together on scholarly projects and finding opportunities just to get to know them well as people.

What I do for fun...

I am a lifelong musician and enjoy a variety of musical pursuits including singing with the Hartford Chorale, the symphonic chorus for the Hartford Symphony. I love to travel, especially to destinations where I can set up my easel and do a little watercolor painting. I am an avid knitter and love to cook. I have family and friends all over the US, and I love spending time with them.