Nathan Cardoos, MD
Assistant Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Family Medicine

MD, Pritzker School of Medicine
BA, Williams College

Nathan Cardoos, MD is a Family Physician and Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine. Dr. Cardoos attended the University of Chicago, where he earned his degree in medicine. He completed his residency in family medicine at Cambridge Health Alliance. Dr. Cardoos continued his training by completing a fellowship in primary care sports medicine at the University of Massachusetts.

Dr. Cardoos is the medical director of the Ryan Center for Sports Medicine, director of the Boston University Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Program, and head team physician at Boston University. He is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and has a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine. He is Registered in Musculoskeletal Sonography by the Alliance for Physician Certification & Advancement. He is a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and serves on the education and fellowship committees. He has special interests in diagnostic and therapeutic sports ultrasound and concussion.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility

I am a first-generation college student of Middle Eastern and Italian descent who has been dedicated to the care of diverse, underserved and vulnerable populations throughout my career.

During my pre-medical and medical school years, I volunteered as an HIV testing counselor at the PRIDE Center of Maryland, served as a Community Outreach Coordinator for the Washington Park Children’s Free Health Clinic on Chicago’s South Side, and worked as a medical volunteer for the Friends of the Children of Haiti. I elected to complete my family medicine residency at Cambridge Health Alliance largely because it gave me the privilege of caring for such a wide breadth of patients from all walks of life. In residency, I helped to establish a school-based health center at Malden High School, the most diverse high school in Massachusetts.

My decision to pursue employment at Boston Medical Center, with its strong commitment to DEIA work, naturally followed. As the medical director of the Ryan Center for Sports Medicine, director of our primary care sports medicine fellowship and section chief of sports medicine within the family medicine department, I am committed to recruiting and retaining diverse fellows, faculty and staff. My goal is to build a dynamic team optimized to provide welcoming, exceptional care for the diverse population of patients that we serve at Boston Medical Center.

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  1. Cardoos N. Overtraining syndrome. Curr Sports Med Rep. 2015 May-Jun; 14(3):157-8. PMID: 25968844; DOI: 10.1249/JSR.0000000000000145;

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