JOSEPH ROARTY, MD
Dr. Joseph Roarty is originally from Bayonne, New Jersey. He graduated from St. Peter’s College, Summa Cum Laude with a B.S. in Biochemistry in 1996. He received his Medical Degree from New York Medical College in 2005. He then spent three years in San Antonio, Texas completing his residency training in Emergency Medicine at Wilford Hall and Brooke Army Medical Centers. He is Board Certified through the American Board of Emergency Medicine.
After completing his residency he was stationed at Ft. Stewart, GA fulfilling his active duty service obligation. He served as a Brigade Surgeon for the 4th Brigade of the 3rd Infantry Division. He deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn from 2010-2011 earning a Bronze Star Medal for meritorious service during his deployment. After his deployment he was appointed in the department of emergency medicine at Winn Army Community Hospital. He served as chief of the department of emergency medicine at Winn Army before finishing his Army career in 2012.
Dr. Roarty has been practicing Emergency Medicine in the Savannah area since 2009. He currently holds staff appointments in the departments of Emergency Medicine at St. Joseph’s Candler healthcare system; Southeast Georgia healthcare system-Brunswick, GA; East Georgia Regional medical center-Statesboro, GA; and Winn Army Community Hospital-Fort Stewart, GA.
Dr. Roarty lives in the Berwick area of Savannah with his wife Mandy and four children. As the medical director of Urgent Care of Berwick, his goals are to provide the highest quality of care and service to the people of Savannah. He values patient feedback and is dedicated to providing the highest quality of affordable care to the community.