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Jared Bozeman, MD

Jared Bozeman (Idaho), a native Montanan, Jared grew up in Bozeman, Montana.  He went to Montana State University in Bozeman earning a BS in Cellular Biology and Neuroscience.  He matriculated to the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) in Milwaukee.  He volunteered extensively with MCW’s student run free clinic and served as the clinic’s lab manager during his first and second years.  He was in the Quality Improvement and Patient Safety scholarly pathway at MCW where he participated in a Clostridium difficile containment project.  He continues to be interested in quality improvement work. He is interested in rural psychiatry, especially integrated care and telepsychiatry.  He is also interested in incorporating the impact of somatic health on mental health (and vice versa) in clinical care.  As a member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society, he values the importance of humanism in medicine.  He enjoys running, backpacking, hiking, skiing, and rock climbing, especially in American’s National Parks and Wilderness areas.  He also enjoys playing French horn and attending symphony orchestra concerts.