About Dr. Fogelman

Amy G. Fogelman, MD is Board Certified in Internal Medicine with over 15 years of experience seeing patients at Harvard-affiliated practices in the Boston area. She has also held a faculty appointment at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Fogelman has been awarded prizes in clinical excellence and leadership at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).

Dr. Fogelman graduated with a BA in Biology from Wesleyan University in Connecticut and MD from Boston University School of Medicine. She completed her Internship and Residency at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston and a Chief Residency in Primary Care at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in West Roxbury. She did a fellowship in Primary Care at MGH in Boston.

Dr. Fogelman has particular expertise in opioid prescribing policies. She led a multi-disciplinary group to create a first-of-its-kind hospital-wide Primary Care pain policy at MGH as chair of the Opioid Task Force. More recently she served as a member of the Opioid Safety Group at Beth Israel Deaconess Healthcare, overseeing their Primary Care pain policy. As a consultant, she has reviewed a Major Health System’s clinicians’ opioid prescribing. Dr. Fogelman was a designated member of the Special Commission to Study Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She currently serves on Norfolk County Sheriff’s Task Force on Juvenile Substance Abuse and Mental Health.

Dr. Fogelman is a career-long educator who can communicate with medical students, residents, patients, and jury members about complex medical issues in easy to understand terms.  She is a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society’s House of Delegates and Committee on Ethics, Grievances and Professional Standards. She sees patients at Fenway Health in Boston.