Chris Bositis MD
Clinical Director, National Clinicians Consultation Center
Greater Lawrence Family Health Center
Dr. Chris Bositis works at the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center in Lawrence, MA, where he is clinical director of the HIV and viral hepatitis programs, and a core member of the Lawrence Family Medicine Residency faculty. He is a graduate of the Yale University School of Medicine, and did his family medicine residency at Brown University/Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island. As a family physician working with historically marginalized and underserved communities that have suffered disproportionately from the overlapping opioid and infectious disease syndemics, he is committed to implementing evidence-based approaches to reduce the burden of these diseases in the community and to providing holistic, compassionate care to individuals living with them. As such, he has played a key role in the development and implementation of novel programs at Greater Lawrence, including their community-based syringe service program; the mobile buprenorphine program for individuals experiencing homelessness; the inpatient HIV and addiction medicine consult services; and the HIV/viral hepatitis area of concentration, which prepares family medicine residents to join the shrinking HIV workforce.