Andrea Reilly, MD, is board certified in internal medicine and pediatrics. She is an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School. She is a primary care physician at the MGH Back Bay Healthcare center where she delivers care to patients of all ages. She is medical director of the MGH Freedom Clinic, a clinic providing primary care to victims and survivors of trauma.
She graduated from Harvard Medical School and trained in the Harvard Combined Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. She has worked overseas in South Africa and India.
Dr. Reilly has been working with the MGH Freedom Clinic since its doors opened in April 2015. The Freedom Clinic is an innovative multidisciplinary healthcare clinic for survivors of human trafficking. She has been learning on the job and is amazed by the resiliency of the human spirit she sees in the men and women who have endured human trafficking. The work has been enriched by the rich professional connections she has made with colleagues in the mental health team, the addiction clinic, and fellow Freedom clinic physicians and nurse.
Dr Reilly teaches medicine and pediatric residents and colleagues methods to deliver trauma informed care. She has led cross institutional collaborations for the care of trafficked persons. She has taught sessions at local and national conferences on the clinical presentation of trafficking, such as the MGH Pediatric Global Health Summit (2020), the APSAC Annual Colloquium (2019), and the Iowa Human Trafficking Summit (2018).