“Beyond the Heart” is a brand-new podcast hosted by renowned Cardiologist, Women’s Health Advocate and Author, Dr. Nieca Goldberg. Weekly, she explores essential conversations with doctors, thought leaders, health practitioners and game-changers to help you redefine how to view your body and the healing process. This groundbreaking conversation series is a cross-generational exploration of all aspects of women’s health so that you can become your own best health advocate.
This Week’s Episode
Trained at Yale and the University of Chicago, Dr. Lisa Larkin is a women’s health internist, specializing in menopause, sexual medicine, and medical breast expert and a physician and consumer educator who has been practicing in both academics and private practice for over 30 years. She is the Founder and CEO of Ms. Medicine, a national healthcare organization dedicated to advancing women’s health on a broader scale through innovation in care delivery models and consumer and clinician education and the Founder and CEO of Concierge Medicine of Cincinnati, an Internal Medicine and Women’s Health practice where she continues to practice clinically.
Check out the most current episode of “Beyond The Heart” below:
About Dr. Nieca Goldberg:
Dr. Nieca Goldberg is Medical Director of Atria New York City and Clinical Associate Professor of medicine at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. She is a cardiologist, author, former radio show host, and a nationally recognized pioneer in women’s heart health.
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 titled The Women’s Healthy Heart Program: Lifesaving Strategies for Preventing and Healing Heart Disease published by Ballantine Books.
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.