Rajy Abulhosn, MD

Rajy Abulhosn, MD


Board Certified, Family Medicine
Licensed in California, Washington, Nebraska, North Carolina, South Dakota, Mississippi, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Oklahoma

Areas of Focus:

Family Medicine, Preventive Medicine, Occupational Medicine, Drug Screens


Bachelors of Arts, Journalism, University of Washington (1991)
Medical Degree, University of Washington (1995)

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Professional Background

Dr. Rajy Abulhosn is a board-certified family medicine physician with extensive experience in preventive medicine and occupational medicine. Dr. Abulhosn currently serves as a consultant for a variety of companies, focusing on occupational medicine, preventive medicine, and drug testing. With a broad and diverse medical background, Dr. Abulhosn has provided chronic/long-term care, acute injury care, and preventive medical/health maintenance examinations for over 20 years. Dr. Abulhosn has provided medical care/expertise to a wide and diverse group, from individual patients to small businesses, and large/multi-national corporations to public health/government entities.
In addition to the above roles, Dr. Abulhosn has also been involved in assisting employers and companies during the covid19 pandemic. In this position, he provides medical expertise/knowledge regarding Covid19 and helps employers implement safety protocols to allow businesses to remain functional.
He has been featured in a number of articles on substance use/abuse, drug screening, and preventive health. Dr. Abulhosn has either written articles for or been quoted in publications such as the San Diego Union-Tribune, Teen Vogue, Bustle, CNET, and Workforce.com.
Dr. Abulhosn believes that knowledge and prevention are the most powerful tools we can utilize to ensure we live life to our healthiest potential.

Professional Affiliations:

  • Member, American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Certified by American Association of Medical Review Officers

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Podcast Appearance:

  • SoberNation Podcast: “We Teach Sex Ed to Kids, Why Not Addiction Awareness?” September 11, 2019