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Cardiologist & Author of The Women’s Health Heart Program
Dr. Nieca Goldberg is a cardiologist and a nationally recognized pioneer in women’s heart health. She is the medical director of the Joan H. Tisch NYU Langone Center for Women’s Health, the clinical associate professor of medicine at the NYU School of Medicine, the co-medical director of the 92nd Street Y’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Center, and a national spokesperson for the “Go Red” campaign sponsored by the American Heart Association, for which she has volunteered for over 15 years and been a board member in New York City. Read More >
Dr. Goldberg is the author of Dr. Nieca Goldberg’s Complete Guide to Women’s Health. She has also authored the award-winning and highly acclaimed book Women Are Not Small Men, which was updated and renamed The Women’s Healthy Heart Program: Life-Saving Strategies for Preventing and Healing Heart Disease.
A graduate of Barnard College and SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, she completed her medical residency at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center and a cardiology fellowship at SUNY Downstate.
Dr. Goldberg’s research and medical publications focus on cardiovascular disease in women, exercise imaging, and exercise. She is often asked by the media for her expert interpretation of current studies and medical news. Dr. Goldberg has made numerous appearances on programs such as The Today Show, The View, Good Morning America, The Early Show, and CBS Evening News. In addition, she has been featured and interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The New York Post, The New York Daily News, Fitness Magazine, More, Glamour, Good Housekeeping, and many others to discuss women’s health and heart disease. She serves on the Woman’s Day editorial advisory board. Since 2008, she has hosted a weekly radio show on SiriusXM Doctor Radio for Women’s Health called “Beyond the Heart.”
In 2012, Dr. Goldberg was celebrated, yet again, on New York Magazine’s “Best Doctors,” a recognition she has received every year since 2004 and in 2000 and 2001. In 1999, she was the only woman in the magazine’s top ten “Hall of Fame of Physicians.” The recipient of numerous awards for her advocacy for women’s heart health, she received the American Heart Association’s Doctor with Heart Award, Woman’s Day magazine’s Red Dress Award, Jewish Women International’s Women to Watch Award, and The Women at Heart 2006 Honoree Award from the Links Greater New York Chapter. Read Less ^
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