MD2 Boston is located in the heart of Boston between Copley Square and the Boston Public Garden.
At MD2 Boston, you'll be cared for by two of the most respected and sought-after physicians in the northeast, Dr. Paul Cusick and Dr. David Judge. Together, the physicians are affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School and have long-standing ties with the top specialists in the Boston medical community.
Dr. Paul Cusick
Dr. Paul Cusick, a prominent and distinguished Boston physician for over 25 years, is perhaps best known for his extraordinary medical acumen and attentive and reassuring bedside manner. He is highly respected by his colleagues for his deep commitment and dedication to providing the best care available for his patients.
After graduating from Harvard University, he completed his medical degree at University of Massachusetts Medical School. He went on to complete his residency at New England Deaconess Hospital and then accepted an academic appointment at Harvard Medical School and a medical appointment at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).
In addition to his “day job” as an Associate Physician at MGH and an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Cusick has taken on a number of community service projects over the years. He was the Medical Director of PROMESA in Honduras through Brigham and Women’s Hospital, consulted for MGH’s Telemedicine Project in Cambodia and was the head internist for the New England Patriots and Boston Bruins. Dr. Cusick is board certified in internal medicine.
Dr. David Judge
Dr. David Judge, a board-certified internist, is internationally renowned for his forward-looking, patient-centered approach to patient care. Throughout his career he has received numerous honors and awards recognizing his thought leadership on the advancement of primary care medicine.
He received his B.A. from Brown University and his medical degree from University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Judge trained in internal medicine at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York, after which he joined Massachusetts General Hospital as an internist and accepted an academic appointment in the Department of General Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
In addition to his direct patient care responsibilities, he has lectured both nationally and internationally on the future of medicine, served as the Associate Medical Director at Bulfinch Medical Group at MGH and the Medical Director of the Ambulatory Practice of the Future at MGH, an internal medicine practice that he designed specifically to care for colleagues and staff of the MGH. He served as the Chief Medical Officer at Iora Health, leading the development and implementation of a radically improved patient care experience for a national organization. He has most recently been the Chief Medical Officer for Beth Israel Deaconess HealthCare. For over a decade, he was also the Head Internist for the Boston Bruins.