Gary Goldman

Gary Goldman graduated from the University of Rochester with a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. He then attended medical school at Stony Brook University where he earned his M.D with Distinction in Research and was elected to the national medical college honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha.

He received his training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at The New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center as a resident from 1986 to 1990, served as Chief Resident in his final year, and has remained at that institution thereafter. Since its merger with Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in 1998, it is now known as New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College.

Goldman has continued his affiliation with Cornell since opening his private practice in 1990. He previously served on the Weill Cornell Medical College Admissions Committee for ten years. Goldman taught first-year Cornell medical students in their Patients, Medicine, and Society course. He also participates in the clinical training of third and fourth-year medical students and obstetrics and gynecology residents.

Goldman is board certified in OB/GYN by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (FACOG). He is also an IFMCP Certified Practitioner through the Institute for Functional Medicine. He currently focuses his practice on gynecology, integrative women's health, and functional medicine.

He has published multiple articles in peer-reviewed journals and books and has lectured widely on various subjects including endometriosis, pelvic pain, and laparoscopic surgery. Goldman has been the recipient of numerous awards, including Castle Connolly Top Doctor, New York Magazine Best Doctor, Patient’s Choice Award, and The Best Doctors in America. 

February 14, 2020
Too often I consult with young women whose menses have become erratic or have stopped all together. For some, the lack of cycles has them worried… Read More
January 24, 2020
Over the years, I’ve had several patients come to me with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Some have seen several prior practitioners who have not… Read More
November 28, 2019
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August 30, 2019
Osteoporosis is the result of a lifetime of choices rather than a disease of older age. To prevent osteoporosis, it is incumbent upon practitioners… Read More