Meiki Rose, MD – PreMed Medical Director

Dr. Rose, or “Meiki” as she is known to her friends and colleagues, is currently an attending physician at Womack Army Medical Center at Ft. Bragg, NC.  She was an Emergency Medicine attending Physician at Randolph Hospital in Asheboro, NC from 2002 – 2011. She is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. Meiki was a resident at State University of New York in Syracuse, NY from 1999 – 2002, and is a Graduate of UNC-School of Medicine. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology & German from Duke Univ. in 1991.

Meiki is an Instructor for ACLS, ITLS, Pedi-ITLS and PALS, and is certified in Advanced Trauma Life Support. Meiki worked as an EMT-Paramedic from 1993 – 2000 and was a member of Orange Co. Rescue Squad from 1991 – 1994. In 1994 she served as a summer Research Intern at the National Institute of Health.

In addition to serving as the Medical Director for PreMed, Meiki is also the Medical Director for Fayetteville Tech. Comm. College.  Meiki has also worked with the US Army’s Special Forces Robin Sage Drills as a Medical Liaison.



Meiki Rose, MD


I am an Emergency medicine physician. My duties include providing care to patients in the Emergency Department. I order labs, xrays, and other diagnostic testing, as well I provide interpretations of those tests and results to patients. I diagnose and treat surgical disorders and provide lifesaving emergency surgery/other procedures as indicated. I provide supervision to other physicians, nurses, PAs and other providers as needed. I interact with all other department personnel to provide emergency medicine services to all patients in the department. I have identified training and developmental needs of employees and made recommendations regarding continuing education programs.





Work Address: Womack Army Medical Center. GS position since 9/2019



Work Phone:               910-907-7000




Capella University, online, Masters of Public Health, 2014


Residency, Emergency Medicine, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY 1999-2002


University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, MD., 1998


Duke University, Durham, NC 1991, Biology B.S and German B.A.


North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, 1988




Locum Tenens: Positions held

Womack Army Medical Center, Jan 2011 – present

Cape Fear Valley – Hoke campus, locums, March 2016 – present

Moore Regional Hospital, 3 facilities, part time, August 2016 – present

Novant Rowan Medical Center, March 2014 – October 2015

Albemarle Hospital Emergency Room, July 2013 – July 2014

Cherokee Indian Hospital, Dec 2010 – 2012

Watauga Medical Center, Boone NC, Attending Emergency Physician, April 2010 – Oct 2010

Annie Penn Hospital (Moses Cone) part time, Dec 2002 – June 2005

Attending Emergency Department Physician, Asheboro Emergency Physicians, Randolph Hospital, August 2002 – August 2010


Medical Director of HealthFirst transport company – providing nonemergent transport to patients in Raleigh/Durham area.


Director of PreMed, EMS prehospital class and certifications – medical director, 2005 – present


Medical Director of Fayetteville Technical Community College EMS training program 2012– 2017


Tutor, UNC School of Medicine, Embryology, Cell Biology, Histology, and Immunology, 1995-1997


Research Assistant, Duke University Medical Center, AIDS Clinical Trials Group, 1991-1993




Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), 1999, instructor, 2001-present

BLS provider card

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), 2000, instructor, 2002-present

Advanced Trauma Life Support (ACLS), 2000

Emergency Medical Technician, Paramedic (EMT-P) 1993-2000




USMLE Step 1          06/1996

USMLE Step 2          08/1997

USMLE Step 3          05/2002


American Board of Emergency Medicine 10/2012 recertification passed.


NC Medical License  NC2002055011




Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, 1994 – present

American Medical Association, 1993 – present

American College of Emergency Physicians, 1994 – present

North Carolina Medical Society, 1993 – 1998

John B. Graham Research Society, 1996

Emergency Medicine Residents Association, 1999 – 2002





Randolph Hospital

Orthopedic Study Committee, 2008-2010

EMS Quality Control, 2008-2010


SUNY Upstate Medical University

Dean Selection Committee, 2000 – 2001

Self-study Graduate Medical Education Committee, 2001 – 2002




National Institute of Health Summer Research Internship, 1994.  Analyzed database from ambulance tripsheets initiated by Orange County Rescue Squad.


UNC School of Medicine, Student Research Day, Presenter, 1996





Theater Productions RSVP – Asheboro Community Theater

“Gypsy”, summer 2008

“12 Angry Jurors”, fall 2008

“Man of La Mancha”, fall 2009


White Knight Role player for ROBIN SAGE, Special Forces training exercises every 6-8 weeks, 2005 – present


Medical Control for Chase Corporate Challenge, 2001, Syracuse, NY


North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Alumni Action Committee, 1997 – 1998


UNC School of Medicine, Student Health Action Committee, Student run free clinic for local indigent patients, 1993 – 1998


Orange County Rescue Squad, Emergency Medical Technician, overnight and weekend coverage, 1991 – 1994


Duke University, “Hoof n’ Horn”, Technical crew for student run musicals “Pippen” and “Cabaret”, 1991


Duke University Medical Center, Pediatric Play Therapy, playroom supervisor, 1990


Duke University, Pre-Broadway Show, Costuming Intern, “The Merry Wives of Windsor, Texas”