About David Rosman, MD, MBA

Dr. Rosman is the Deputy Chief of Radiology, Mass General Brigham overseeing Enterprise Service.  In this role he is launching a fully subspecialized radiology group serving the community hospitals and outpatient imaging sites of Mass General Brigham. He is also oversees all outpatient imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Mass General Physicians Organization.  He has built multiple imaging centers markedly expanding the number and diversity of patients served expanding access in the community.  

Dr. Rosman served as the youngest ever President of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the oldest medical society in the country.  He spent his year advocating for and moving the needle on anti-racism and health equity not only as it pertained to COVID but also to the underlying systemic racism that leads to inequity throughout (among other things) our health system.

Dr. Rosman is also passionate about global health – particularly with an emphasis in sustainable solutions and anti-colonialism.  He helped the local physicians start the first ever Radiology residency in Rwanda while living there with his wife (a Pediatric Emergency physician who was likewise starting the pediatrics residency) and two children (age 1 and 3 at the time).  He continues to return and teach in Rwanda now bringing senior residents and fellows in a bidirectional exchange.

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Medical Education

  • MD, University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • Residency, Lahey Clinic
  • Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital

American Board Certifications

  • Diagnostic Radiology, American Board of Radiology

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