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Jordan Busch, MD, FACP

Jordan Busch, MD, FACP is a founder and partner of Personal Physicians HealthCare.


Dr. Busch graduated Summa Cum Laude from Bowdoin College in 1982 with a BA in Biochemistry. As an undergraduate he was awarded a Surdna Foundation Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Phi Beta Kappa, and the Donald and Harriet S. Macomber Prize in Biology. At the completion of college, he was selected as a Henry Luce Scholar and was assigned to the Institute of Medical Research and later the University Hospital in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


Dr Busch received his MD from New York University School of Medicine in 1987. He was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha honor medical society and received both the New York University Chancellor’s Service Award for Leadership and the Samuel Spiegel Award for Excellence in Academic Achievement. He did his residency in Internal Medicine at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. At the completion of his residency he was selected by the Department of Medicine to be the Chief Resident in the Department’s Primary Care Track – one of the first such programs in the country.


At the completion of his Chief Resident year, Dr Busch continued on the medical staff at the Beth Israel Hospital in a private practice setting in Brookline, MA. In 1995 he was asked to head up a new medical practice started by the Beth Israel Hospital: Beth Israel Deaconess HealthCare -Washington Square Group. He continued to practice and serve as the Medical Director of this practice from 1995 to 2002. Dr Busch has enjoyed advocating for medical practice quality by serving as a founding Member of the Board of Managers of Beth Israel Deaconess Physicians Organization, the Chairman of the Physician Organization’s Contract and Payments Committee, one of the first physicians to be a Director of the Board of CareGroup, Chairman of the Pharmacy and Therapeutic Committee for the Provider Service Network (the hospitals and physicians participating in CareGroup), and the a member of the BIDMC Trustee Advisory Board. He has volunteered his time as a physician at the Bowdoin Street Health Center in Dorchester, MA. His service to his medical community was an important factor to his election as a Fellow to American College of Physicians.


Dr. Busch is a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine. He has appointments to the medical staff at the Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, the Brigham and Woman’s Hospital, New England Baptist Hospital, and Newton Wellesley Hospital, and a faculty appointment to Harvard Medical School.


In his free time, Dr. Busch enjoys the fly fishing, sailing, skiing, and any-and-all activities that involve his wife Nancy and their 4 children.

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