Lee Radosh, MD, FAAFP, FASAM

Lee Radosh, MD, FAAFP, FASAM, is the Medical Director of Reading Hospital’s Center of Excellence for Opioid Use Disorder, and practices Addiction Medicine in Tower Health Medical Group in Reading, Pennsylvania.

He earned a BA in communications from the University of Pennsylvania, then his MD at the Temple University School of Medicine. He completed a family medicine residency at Lancaster General Hospital in Pennsylvania, and a faculty development fellowship at Michigan State University.

He became faculty at the Reading Hospital Family Medicine Residency in 2000 and served as program director from 2011 until 2017. He is credentialed through the National Institute of Program Director Development and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Society of Addiction Medicine. From 2017-2019, while serving as part-time family medicine faculty, he completed the Caron Treatment Centers Addiction Medicine Fellowship in Wernersville, Pennsylvania, and in 2019 joined the section of Addiction Medicine at Reading Hospital of Tower Health System.

Dr. Radosh holds clinical appointments at several medical schools including Penn State University (Hershey), Jefferson, Drexel and Temple. He is faculty of the Caron Treatment Centers Fellowship. He has presented at numerous local, state and national conferences on such topics as quality improvement, patient centered medical home, chronic pain, addictions and chronic opioid management. In addition to educating professionals, he speaks before lay audiences and has extensive media experience and appearances. Dr. Radosh is also active on hospital, state and regional task forces, committees and collaboratives. He had embraced the full scope of family medicine, from delivering babies to inpatient medicine, but now focuses on addiction medicine and chronic pain, including clinical, teaching, research and administrative responsibilities. Dr. Radosh is board-certified in Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine.

His most important roles, however, are as husband to Jodi, a university professor, and as father to two teenage daughters.