Dr. Mott Keis is a native of Massachusetts who has been practicing at East Boston Neighborhood Health Center for over 10 years. Though her formal education was attained in Massachusetts; Boston College, University of Massachusetts Medical School and our own Boston University Family Medicine Residency program, she spent a highly educational year volunteering at a transitional housing program for elderly homeless men in Seattle, WA through the Jesuit Volunteer Corp. This year has helped shape and cement her interests in working with underserved populations, with a particular interest in homelessness. While at BMC, she served as Co-President of the house officer’s union (CIR) and Co-Chief Resident. She is proficient in Spanish, lives with her husband and two children and has a number of outdoor/athletic interests including field hockey, running and camping and hiking.
- University of Massachusetts Medical School, MD
- Boston College, BA
- Published on 4/26/2013
Rachel Mott Keis, Linda Gifford DeGeus, Suzanne Cashman, Judith Savageau. Free Clinics: Local Responses to Health Care Needs. Chapter 10: Characteristics of Patients at Three Free Clinics. JHU Press. 2013.
- Published on 11/1/2004
Keis RM, DeGeus LG, Cashman S, Savageau J. Characteristics of patients at three free clinics. J Health Care Poor Underserved. 2004 Nov; 15(4):603-17. PMID: 15531818.