200 Closter Dock Road
Closter, NJ 07624
Phone: (201) 768-7246
Fax: (201) 768-7247
nvpc@northernvalleypain.com

Physician Profile

Jose Rojas, Jr., M.D., MBA, FACHE

  • Board Certified, Fellowship Trained Pain Management Specialist
  • Board Certified, Anesthesiologist
  • Board Certified, Healthcare Management
  • Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives

Dr. Rojas is a Board Certified, Fellowship Trained Anesthesiologist and Pain Management Specialist. He is the Senior Managing Partner and Chief Medical Officer for the New Jersey Center for Pain & Rehabilitation in Elizabeth, NJ and President of the Northern Valley Pain Center in Closter, NJ.

He is the Past-President of the American College of Healthcare of New Jersey having served as the first Latino and Physician. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He received 2011 Senior Executive Program Scholarship Award from the American College of Healthcare Executives and recently completed his course studies.

Dr. Rojas serves on various boards. He is the Treasurer for the National Forum for Latino Healthcare Executives (NFLHE). The principal strategic objectives of NFLHE are to increase the representation of Latinos at the executive level of U.S. hospitals and health systems and to provide a resource base of input from Latino executives in the areas of legislation, regulation, and policy affecting the health and health care of U.S. Latino communities. He also serves on the Health Affairs Committee of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association.

He has lectured on various topics of pain management including new approaches to chronic pain and non-pharmacological approaches to control cancer pain. He is a strong proponent for electronic prescription as well as New Jersey State Prescription Monitoring Program to decrease diversion and abuse of opioid medications. He is a graduate from the University of Medicine and Dentistry-The New Jersey Medical School. He has a MBA in Health Systems Management from Fairleigh-Dickinson University. Prior to entering medicine, Dr. Rojas was a High School Biology Teacher and taught in a Bilingual Program. He is a member of the Civil Air Patrol. He was promoted to the rank of Captain and is currently the Deputy Commander for Cadets at the Teaneck, NJ Squadron with 12 Cadets and 8 Senior Members.