Roseann Day, M.D.
Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; born and raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Roseann enjoyed the great fortune of growing up with three older brothers. She headed to DC for college, pursuing her love of Classics as a Latin major at Georgetown University. During this time, she worked as a certified nursing assistant, an experience that solidified her desire to enter health care. Following graduation, she moved to San Francisco where she lived and worked at a homeless shelter for families, and fell in love with the west coast. Roseann returned to her home city of Philadelphia for medical school at University of Pennsylvania. During these four years, she continued to cultivate her interest in primary care for underserved populations, particularly individuals experiencing homelessness or addiction. Along the way, she discovered a passion for palliative care, and working in interprofessional teams with complex patients. Outside of medicine, Roseann loves playing soccer, reading, caring for her crew of creatively named houseplants, seeking the perfect overnight oats recipe, and exploring the outdoors.
Alumni Year: 2020