Ann M. Romaker, MD
Dr. Romaker currently serves as medical director of the Sleep Disorder Centers for the St. Luke's Health System, as well as program director of the UMKC Sleep Medicine Fellowship.
practice life is divided between private and academic responsibilities.
She has served as a board member and past president of the Metropolitan Medical Society of Greater Kansas City.
Dr. Romaker is a Missouri State Medical Association (MSMA) member and Councilor.
Dr. Romaker attended the University of Michigan in the first class of integrated undergraduate/medical school program from 1972 to 1978.
completed an internal medicine residency at Henry Ford Hospital
, a University of Michigan
Dr. Romaker was the first female chief resident.
moved to UC San Diego
as a pulmonary fellow and received an NIH
Young Investigator Ward; also trained at Stanford University Sleep Center
After completing this combined training, she
moved to Chicago where she
had a dual appointment in pulmonary medicine and neurology.
Dr. Romaker served as medical director of the Sleep Disorders Center.
moved to Kansas City, Missouri in 1988.
is married to George Watkins.