Dr. Angelique D. Gloster, originally from Chicago, has lived in the Cincinnati area since 1994. She has practiced at several federally funded clinics over the years as well as a private practice for the past 10 years. As the mother of 3 daughters, she knows the importance of quality healthcare, anticipatory guidance and continuity of care.
Dr. Gloster graduated from Spelman College, Morehouse School of Medicine, and Emory University Pediatrics Residency program. She has been in practice since 1992, working in Atlanta and Minnesota before landing in Cincinnati. Watching her patients grow and mature over the years gives Dr. Gloster great pleasure. Furthermore, Dr. Gloster enjoys time spent in Haiti, volunteering as a medical missionary to help their underserved pediatric population.
Dr. Gloster enjoys spending time outdoors, travelling with husband Dr. Paul Waller, reading and music. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority,Inc. and enjoys helping the community through various service projects organized by her sorority chapter.
June 2006: Joined Premier Pediatric Group Inc.
1988 to May 2005: Private practice in the Greater Cincinnati area
1982-1983: Chief Resident at Sacred Heart Hospital, Pensacola, FL
1981-1982: Pediatric Residency at Sacred Heart Hospital
July 1979 to June 1981: Pediatric Residency at Howard University Hospital, Washington, D.C.
June 1979: Graduated from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN
Dr. Thomas A. Roesch grew up in Columbus, Ohio. For undergraduate school he attended the Ohio State University and graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1978. He also received his Medical Degree from the Ohio State University in 1982. He completed his pediatric residency through Wright State University at Dayton Childrens Medical Center and Wright Patterson Air Force Base. He also received a Masters degree from the University of Utah in Salt City in 1993.
After residency he served in the Air Force and was stationed at Holloman Air Force Base in southern New Mexico. During this time he served as the pediatric medical director and was a consultant for the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation. He also worked with the Fort Bliss Army Pediatric Residency Program in El Paso, Texas.
After his service to the Air Force he moved to Salt Lake City, Utah. He was on the staff of Primary Childrens Medical Center in SLC and was an assistant clinical professor of medicine at the University of Utah Medical Center.
He subsequently moved back to Ohio with his family to work with Trihealth as an Associate Medical Director at Bethesda Group Practice. In 2003, he and Dr. Jackson founded Premier Pediatric Group in Mason, Ohio.
Dr. Roesch is board-certified in Pediatric Medicine and is an active staff member of Cincinnati Childrens Medical Center and Bethesda Hospital. He serves on the Board of Directors for River valley Pediatric Association.
He is married and has a son and a daughter and his wife Peggy is a practicing optometrist at the Mason Vision Center.
Dr. Bradley Scott Jackson is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Cincinnati where he was a recipient of the Louise Taft Semple Scholarship in Classics. He received his Medical Degree (MD) from Wright State University School of Medicine in Dayton, Ohio. He returned to Cincinnati and completed his pediatric residency at Childrens Hospital Medical Center.
Upon completing his residency in 1991, he has served as a staff physician at the Lincoln Heights Health Center while fulfilling a public health commitment for the National Health Service Corp. He has served as the Medical Director of the Cincinnati Health Plan, a local Medicaid health maintenance organization and participated on many hospital and insurance advisory boards. He has served as the Assistant Medical Director and practicing pediatrician for Bethesda Group Practice in Kings Mills, Ohio. In 2003, he and Dr. Roesch founded Premier Pediatric Group. Inc.
He has made several appearances on the FOX 19 Early Morning News Program, 1230AM and WVXU-FM as the guest physician and has written articles for the Cincinnati Post on a variety of pediatric topics.
Currently, he is board-certified in Pediatric Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FAAP). He holds a position as a Volunteer, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics with the University Of Cincinnati College Of Medicine and is a Past President of the Medical Staff of Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. He is a past President of the Cincinnati Medical Association. He also serves as a medical consultant with a local health insurance company.
In his volunteer time, he is a board member with Every Child Succeeds and chairs the Medical Home Committee. He serves on other advisory boards, including the Center for Closing the Health Gap, Success by Six and Health Improvement Collaborative of Greater Cincinnati and Proctor & Gamble. He has a son.