Md Mushfigur Rahman, M.D.
A Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Dr. Rahman has served as a
psychiatrist since 2005. Prior to joining Children's Service Center in 2022, Dr. Rahman led
adult inpatient services and dual diagnosis program as a medical director and attending
psychiatrist at First Hospital, Kingston, PA, from 2013 to 2022.
A clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at the Commonwealth Medical College, Scranton, PA,
he was also served as an attending psychiatrist at CMC Geisinger, Scranton. He was president of
the Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society, Northeast Chapter in 2015-2016.
Dr. Rahman completed a residency in psychiatry at Kansas University Medical Center, where he was
chief resident in 2012, and clinical externships at Jacobi Medical Center and Albert Einstein
College of Medicine in New York City. His training also included roles in medicine, surgery and
psychiatry in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and the United Kingdom during 2003-2007. His focused training and
clinical research areas have included adult psychiatry, management of psychiatric emergencies,
borderline personality disorder and eating disorder.
Prior to graduating from medical school at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Dr. Rahman earned
bachelor's degrees in medicine and surgery.