Mara Rabin - M.D.
Medical Director, Utah Health and Human Rights
Mara Rabin is a compassionate primary care physician who graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine and completed her training in family medicine at the University of Colorado. She is dedicated to providing care to refugees and has been the Medical Director of Utah Health & Human Rights, a nonprofit organization supporting survivors of torture and human rights abuse, since 2003. Dr. Rabin's expertise in trauma-informed care for torture survivors has led her to advocate for mental health screenings and trauma history assessments across the United States. She has served as an expert consultant to the Centers for Disease Control's Refugee Health Screening guidelines and has conducted research on torture prevalence and associated health conditions. Dr. Rabin co-authored "Torture and Refugees" in the book "Refugee Health Care: An Essential Medical Guide." Her contributions to improving refugee health have been recognized by various organizations, including the Utah Refugee Services Office, Jewish Family Services, Utah Community Foundation, and Utah YWCA. She is dedicated to providing trauma-informed care for all patients and continues to educate and inspire healthcare professionals locally, nationally, and internationally.