Erika T. Schwartz, M.D. is a leading national expert in the field of bioidentical hormone therapies, wellness and true disease prevention, an international speaker and a highly sought after TV personality. A cum laude graduate, AOA honor society member, from SUNY Downstate College of Medicine, Dr. Schwartz trained at Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, NY in Internal Medicine and Critical Care. Upon completion of her postgraduate training, at the age of 28, she 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. Since the beginning of her distinguished career, Dr. Schwartz has been committed to empowering patients and teaching physician’s compassion alongside with scientific and clinical information. She 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. Over the past 30 years.
Dr. Schwartz has authored four best-selling books, has testified before Congress, hosted her own PBS pledge special on bioidentical hormones, is an Extra Lifechanger, was bylined in the Wall Street Journal and appeared on various news programs including CBS News, Larry King Live, CNN and MSNBC as well as The View, Oprah Satellite Radio, with Dr. Oz and many others.