David Rosmarin, MD
Chief of Psychiatric Services
Board Certified in Psychiatry
Board Certified in Forensic Psychiatry
Boston University School of Medicine – Doctor of Medicine
Dr. Rosmarin has over 30 years’ experience in criminal, civil and occupational matters in Forensic Psychiatry. Dr. Rosmarin served his internship at Boston City Hospital. He went on to a residency at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center where he was Chief Resident in Forensic Psychiatry. He was also a special student at Harvard Law School.
Dr. Rosmarin evaluates employee for fitness for duty, disability claims, workplace harassment and personality assessments. He also supplies complex disability evaluations, including those for employees with contested disability claims involving both a physical and psychiatric basis. As a consultant to senior management, Dr. Rosmarin provides threat assessments, personality evaluations of new hires, discreet psychiatric services, and security assessments as well as consulting about difficult employees. He provides risk management consultation, including critical incident debriefing and litigation support services. Dr. Rosmarin consulted to the U.S. intelligence community for a decade.
Dr. Rosmarin currently has a clinical appointment at Harvard Medical School and is Director of the Forensic Psychiatry Service at McLean Hospital. In addition to OEHN, he provides consultation services for a number of private companies, colleges, and law enforcement agencies. He chairs the Committee on Peer Review of Psychiatric Testimony for the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (AAPL) and received the Red Apple Award for service to the field. He has also received the American Psychiatric Association Distinguished Life Fellow Award.