Magni Hamso

MD, MPH

Associate Program Director, Boise Internal Medicine Residency
Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine
Primary Care Physician, Terry Reilly Health Services

Bill-Weppner.jpgDr. Hamso graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in Spanish and Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry and then attended Columbia University for her Masters in Public Health and Medical Doctorate. She did her internal medicine residency and chief resident year at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine / Montefiore Medical Center Primary Care & Social Internal Medicine Residency Program in the Bronx, New York. Tired of living in the big city and ready for easier access to the outdoors, Dr. Hamso moved to Boise, Idaho, in the summer of 2013. She joined the faculty of the Boise Internal Medicine Residency and began working at Terry Reilly Health Services, a federally qualified health center in the Treasure Valley. Dr. Hamso helped develop an ambulatory experience in community medicine and started a continuity clinic at Terry Reilly for residents with a special interest in primary care. She also started a medication-assisted treatment program for patients with opioid use disorder. Dr. Hamso joined the BIMR leadership in 2017 as one of two Associate Program Directors.

Dr. Hamso is active in the Society for General Internal Medicine and served as the Secretary/Treasurer for the Northwest Region in 2016. She is also an advocate for increased access to behavioral health in Boise and serves as the appointed physician representative on Idaho's State Behavioral Health Planning Council and on the Drug Court & Mental Health Court Coordinating Committee. She volunteers with the Office of Drug Policy in teaching providers and first responders about naloxone for reversal of opioid overdose and serves as one of Health & Welfare's Physician Champions for safe opioid-prescribing.

Dr. Hamso lives in Boise with her husband and infant son. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering at a local homeless shelter, baking cookies, and hiking in the foothills with her dog.

Contact Information
mhamso@trhs.org

(208) 422-1314