Dr. Erika Schwartz
Erika T. Schwartz, MD, is a leading national expert in wellness, disease prevention, and bioidentical hormone therapies. Dr. Schwartz has written four best-selling books, testified before Congress, hosted her own PBS special on bioidentical hormones, bylined in the Wall Street Journal, and is a frequent guest on network TV shows.
A cum laude graduate from SUNY-Downstate College of Medicine, Dr. Schwartz trained at Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, NY, in Internal Medicine and Critical Care. She is also an AOA honor society member.
Upon completion of her postgraduate training, at the age of 28, Erika Schwartz became the first woman and youngest doctor to be named Director of Emergency Medicine at Westchester County Medical Center, New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY.
Affectionately known as Dr. Erika, she has been committed to empowering patients and teaching physicians compassion alongside scientific and clinical excellence. Additionally, Dr. Erika has lectured at Harvard and authored the seminal article on the use of hormones in wellness and disease prevention in the prestigious peer reviewed publication Medical Clinics. She is a founding director of the not-for-profit Bioidentical Hormone Initiative and a senior faculty member of the Bioidentical Hormone Institute.