Perinatal Psychiatrist

Carmen Colomer, MD

Carmen Colomer, MD

Originally from the tropical island of Puerto Rico, I left the warm Caribbean sun to do my Psychiatry training at Harvard. After graduating in 2009, I have enjoyed a myriad of academic and employment opportunities. I have worked at the nation’s first and nationally recognized mother-baby day hospital at Women & Infants in Providence, Rhode Island – a Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University faculty backed program – where I enjoyed not only clinical work but also teaching medical students, residents, and fellows. I also worked at Hartford Hospital’s Institute of Living Peripartum Mood Disorders Program in Hartford, Connecticut as a clinician and academic faculty of the Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital Adult Psychiatry Residency training program and UConn Medical School. Now, I am happy to have returned to my warmer roots in the great state of Texas alongside my husband and two young daughters and am looking forward to continuing to work in the sub-specialty that I love while helping current and future parents/caregivers and their families.

Carmen Colomer, MD

Perinatal Psychiatrist


Education, Training and Noted Accomplishments

  • University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez Campus, Bachelor of Science in Biology, magna cum laude, Dean’s List, Golden Key National Honor Society, Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society
  • University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine, magna cum laude, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, Academic Excellence Award for the graduated class of 2005, Mechanisms of Disease Excellence Award
  • Harvard Medical School, Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program
  • Board certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
  • Completely fluent in written and spoken English and Spanish