Jared P. Walsh, MD
Dr. Walsh attended college at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA where he earned a degree in Psychology with a focus in Biopsychology through the Psychology Honors Program. After graduation, he worked at the Massachusetts General Hospital where he was a clinical research coordinator for multi-center pharmacogenetic clinical trials. Afterwards, he attended Boston University School of Medicine where he earned his medical degree and a master of arts degree. Upon graduation, he moved to Rochester, NY where he completed his internal medicine residency and served as a chief resident at the University of Rochester. Currently, Dr. Walsh is an Assistant Professor of Medicine with leadership roles in resident education and has an active primary care and addiction medicine practice at Strong Internal Medicine. He serves as the chair of the Treatment Subcommittee of the University of Rochester Opioid Task Force and is the program director of the recovery program at Strong Internal Medicine. Dr. Walsh has a special interest in primary care with a focus in addiction medicine, behavioral health, graduate medical education, HIV, Hepatitis C, health care system innovation, and research.