Rahel Bosson, MD
Assistant Program Director
Rahel Bosson, MD, is a Director for Global and Community Psychiatry. Dr. Bosson is an attending psychiatrist, the Medical Director of the PACT program at McLean, the Associate Program Director of the MGH Center of Immigrant Health, and an instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Bosson received her B.S. in Nursing at Texas Tech University. She then worked as a psychiatric nurse and critical care nurse before going back to school to complete both her medical degree and internal medicine residency at the University of Louisville. She went on to become an assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Louisville, where she served as the medical director of the Refugee Health Program. In her role as director, she helped establish a refugee-centered medical home that integrated mental health, community outreach, and primary care. Dr. Bosson has been involved in developing curricula for medical, public health, nursing, and social work students and residents in the areas of immigrant health. Because of her love for psychiatry, Dr. Bosson embarked on a second residency to complete her psychiatry training in Adult Psychiatry at MGH/Mclean.