Gerald C. Groggel, MD, is in practice with Bozeman Deaconess Nephrology. Dr. Groggel, who is board certified in internal medicine and nephrology, is a graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine. He completed his residency in internal medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and nephrology fellowships at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and Boston University School of Medicine.
In addition he spent two years in the Indian Health Service on the Navajo Indian Reservation in Crown Point, NM. Prior to moving to Bozeman, Dr. Groggel was on the faculty at the University of Utah for six years, the University of Vermont for five years and the University of Nebraska for 15 years. At the University of Nebraska Medical Center, he was chief of nephrology and professor of medicine.
Dr. Groggel is interested in all aspects of nephrology but in particular he specializes in treating chronic kidney disease, particularly diabetic nephropathy. He is also interested in critical care nephrology as well as transplantation. He has particular interest in immunological injury in the kidney and treating various forms of glomerulonephritis. He also has expertise in treating difficult to control hypertension.
He joined the medical staff at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital in 2010.