Rozzy (pronounced Rosie) Guz was born in Israel and moved to the northwest suburbs of Chicago, IL when she was 5 years old. She graduated from University of Illinois at Chicago in Chicago, IL with a degree in Kinesiology. She then moved to Mesa, AZ for her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies at A.T Still University. While completing her clinical year of physician assistant studies, Rozzy started her Doctorate of Medical Sciences at A.T. Still University. She completed her physician assistant schooling in 2021 and her doctorate in 2022. She is currently an adjunct faculty at A.T Still University and a preceptor for Northern Arizona University Physician Assistant Program. She is looking forward to integrating her clinical practice with teaching aspiring medical professionals. She loves working with the pediatric population and has a long history of working with children, especially in medicine prior to going to physician assistant school. She is very dedicated to her patients and ensures patients and their families are heard, and their concerns are acknowledged. She is an advocate for her patients and is committed to life-long learning to ensure the best level of patient care.
In her spare time Rozzy enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She has two lovely goldendoodles, Jaxon and Cooper. She enjoys traveling, mini golfing and binging movies/shows.