University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
Dr. Jessica Harnisch-Boyd has lived all over the country from Southern California to Maine, but was born in Chicago and mostly grew up in the western Michigan where her love of big lakes and green trees is derived. Dr. Harnisch-Boyd enjoys spending time with her husband and yellow Labrador/hound dog, Guster. They rock climb and climb mountains together. She also loves skiing and eating tacos.
Dr. Harnisch-Boyd earned her Neuroscience degree from UCLA where she worked in a Traumatic Brain Injury research laboratory. She then went on to pursue her Master of Public Health degree at Emory University, where she focused on researching health behavior change, health literacy, and Maternal and Child Health in rural Georgia. In 2019, Dr. Harnisch-Boyd graduated from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, Maine. During her four years of medical school she focused on researching and caring for the older adult population by forming a Geriatrics research coalition, advocating for the restoration of the Public Health Nursing program in rural Maine, and volunteering at the local hospice home. Dr. Harnisch-Boyd is passionate about full-spectrum family medicine and caring for patients of all ages in the community.