Andrew Goldstein

Assistant professor of medicine at NYU, USA

Andrew Goldstein, MD, completed medical school at Mount Sinai in New York, residency in internal medicine at Columbia University, and a master of public health degree at Harvard University as part of the Reynolds Fellowship in social entrepreneurship with the Center for Public Leadership. He previously worked developing non-profit programs on civic engagement and for community health workers.

He's now an assistant professor of medicine at NYU and does primary care half-time at Bellevue Hospital, including intensive primary care for people experiencing homelessness. His other time is dedicated to medical activism and organizing focused on healthcare access, climate crisis, gun violence prevention, immigrant persecution and ending inequity and abuse within the healthcare system. His main focus, aside from any specific issue, has been on civic habit building, election action, narrative shifting, escalated tactics like civil disobedience and protest, and health worker organizing.

He founded Progressive Doctors and On Call for Democracy, and has supported groups like NY DoctorsDoctors for Bernie and Equity Now Sinai. Dr. Goldstein can be found on Twitter at @AndrewMakeTweet.

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