Dr. Koh is a practicing psychiatrist at the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and Massachusetts General Hospital. As a member of the street team at BHCHP, she focuses her clinical care on homeless patients who live on the street through a combination of street outreach, clinic sessions, and home visits for patients recently or unstably housed. She also maintains a general outpatient practice at MGH and conducts research on the health of homeless populations. Her primary interest is improving systems of mental health care for homeless patients. She is a graduate of the MGH/McLean Psychiatry Residency Program, where she served as MGH Chief Resident as well as Chief Resident for Community Psychiatry. She earned her medical degree from Harvard Medical School. She received a Master’s of Science in Evidence-Based Social Intervention, with Distinction, from Oxford University. She earned her BA, magna cum laude with Highest Honors in Psychology, from Harvard College.
Areas of interest: mental health, street homelessness, health policy