Eileen M Hoffman

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Eileen M Hoffman, M.D.

Clinical Associate Professor;
Department of Medicine (GIM Div)

Clinical Addresses

35 E. 35TH STREET, SUITE 1J
NEW YORK, NY 10016
Hours: Mon. 9 - 5; Tue. 9 - 5; Wed. 9 - 5; Thu. 9 - 5; Fri. 9 - 5
Phone: 646-424-1530
Fax: 646-424-1529

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Medical Specialties

Internal Medicine

Medical Expertise

General Internal Medicine, Women's Health

Clinical Responsibilities

Dr. Eileen Hoffman is a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at New York University School of Medicine. She has been in the forefront of the emerging field of women?s health and sex- and gender-based medicine. She has consulted with government, medical schools, hospitals and the healthcare industry, both domestically and abroad, on the redesign of services to improve women?s healthcare. Dr Hoffman also works with women?s groups to promote their agendas in moving women?s health forward. She has published widely about the need to transform healthcare services and improve medical education to better serve women. As a medical educator, she teaches both medical students and offers continuing medical education for physicians in all specialties. Dr Hoffman was a member of the task force that defined the Clinical Competencies in Women?s Health for medical students. She contributed to the Rand Panel on the Appropriateness of Hysterectomy. Dr Hoffman recently served on an NIH State of the Science Panel to evaluate current data on incontinence and to offer recommendations for future areas of research. Dr Hoffman works with women?s groups and is currently on the advisory board to The Transition Network, a social network that serves women leaving the paid workforce and facing their next phase of life. She also advises Share The Care, an organization dedicated to developing support groups for women overwhelmed by care-giving responsibilities. Dr Hoffman received a Testimonial of Gratitude from NYU for being in the ?honored ranks of those who have devoted themselves to the cause of higher education.? She has been honored by Strathmore?s Who?s Who in recognition of leadership, performance and achievement as a Professional of the year 2010 in Women?s Health. Castle Connelly has chosen her as one of the Top Docs in the New York Metropolitan Area and is one of NY SuperDocs, a listing of the top 5% of physicians in New York. Dr Hoffman is the author of Our Health, Our Lives ? A Revolutionary Approach to Total Health Care for Women, a book that helps women negotiate their care in a system not currently designed for them. She has also authored many peer-reviewed publications on how to learn and think about women-centered health care. Dr Hoffman has a private practice in internal medicine/women?s health. Integrating medical, reproductive and mental health care, she provides comprehensive primary care to both women and men. The integration between all aspects of health and how they interact makes her an excellent diagnostician, minimizing the need for many tests, referrals to specialists and prescription medicine. She focuses on preventive health, often avoiding pharmaceutical treatment. A current focus of her work is the dysmetabolic state that leads to many chronic diseases. Instead of treating the end manifestations like diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease and cancer, Dr Hoffman uses nutritional strategies to decrease insulin resistance, restore vitamin D deficiency and eliminating toxic fat tissue in a sustainable way.

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Board Certification

1982 — Ab Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine

Education

1975-1979 — S.U.N.Y., Stony Brook Sch. of Med, Medical Education
1979-1980 — Bellevue Hospital Center (Medicine), Residency Training
1980-1982 — NYU Medical Center (Medicine), Residency Training

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National Institutes of Health state-of-the-science conference statement: prevention of fecal and urinary incontinence in adults
Landefeld, C Seth; Bowers, Barbara J; Feld, Andrew D; Hartmann, Katherine E; Hoffman, Eileen; Ingber, Melvin J; King, Joseph T Jr; McDougal, W Scott; Nelson, Heidi; Orav, Endel John; Pignone, Michael; Richardson, Lisa H; Rohrbaugh, Robert M; Siebens, Hilary C; Trock, Bruce J
2008 Mar 18;148(6):449-458, Annals of internal medicine
— id: 132259, year: 2008, vol: 148, page: 449, stat: Journal Article,

The causes and consequences of overactive bladder
Miller, Jane; Hoffman, Eileen
2006 Apr;15(3):251-260, Journal of women's health (Larchmont, N.Y. : 2002)
— id: 75203, year: 2006, vol: 15, page: 251, stat: Journal Article,

Women's health and complexity science
Hoffman E
2000 Nov;75(11):1102-1106, Academic medicine
— id: 25934, year: 2000, vol: 75, page: 1102, stat: Journal Article,

Changing perspectives on sex and gender in medical education
Hoffman E; Magrane D; Donoghue GD
2000 Nov;75(11):1051-1055, Academic medicine
— id: 25935, year: 2000, vol: 75, page: 1051, stat: Journal Article,

Women's health as a medical specialty and a clinical science
Hoffman E; Massion C
Women, health, and the mind Chichester; New York : Wiley, 2000,
— id: 2748, year: 2000, vol: , page: ?, stat: Chapter,

Induction of primary NY-ESO-1 immunity: CD8+ T lymphocyte and antibody responses in peptide-vaccinated patients with NY-ESO-1+ cancers
Jager, E; Gnjatic, S; Nagata, Y; Stockert, E; Jager, D; Karbach, J; Neumann, A; Rieckenberg, J; Chen, Y T; Ritter, G; Hoffman, E; Arand, M; Old, L J; Knuth, A
2000 Oct 24;97(22):12198-12203, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
— id: 145052, year: 2000, vol: 97, page: 12198, stat: Journal Article,

Construction, production, and characterization of humanized anti-Lewis Y monoclonal antibody 3S193 for targeted immunotherapy of solid tumors
Scott, A M; Geleick, D; Rubira, M; Clarke, K; Nice, E C; Smyth, F E; Stockert, E; Richards, E C; Carr, F J; Harris, W J; Armour, K L; Rood, J; Kypridis, A; Kronina, V; Murphy, R; Lee, F T; Liu, Z; Kitamura, K; Ritter, G; Laughton, K; Hoffman, E; Burgess, A W; Old, L J
2000 Jun 15;60(12):3254-3261, Cancer research
— id: 145061, year: 2000, vol: 60, page: 3254, stat: Journal Article,

Quality in women's health: the organizing principles for the NAWH (National Association for Women's Health) trade association
Shelley D; Hoffman E; Menitoff R; Maraldo P
2000 Summer;8(4):65-74, Quality management in health care
— id: 25933, year: 2000, vol: 8, page: 65, stat: Journal Article,

Women's health in Israel and the United States--a cross-cultural perspective
Hoffman E; Avgar A
1998 Oct-Nov;1(2):44-51, Journal of gender specific medicine
— id: 25932, year: 1998, vol: 1, page: 44, stat: Journal Article,

The women-centered health care team: integrating perspectives from managed care, women's health, and the health professional workforce
Hoffman E; Maraldo P; Coons HL; Johnson K
1997 Nov-Dec;7(6):362-74; discussion 375, Women's health issues
— id: 25936, year: 1997, vol: 7, page: 362, stat: Journal Article,

Women's health and enhancing generalism in internal medicine
Hoffman E; Johnson K
1995 Aug;10(8):451-454, Journal of general internal medicine
— id: 25938, year: 1995, vol: 10, page: 451, stat: Journal Article,

Women's health and health reform: who will deliver primary care to women?
Hoffman E; Johnson K
1995 Sep-Dec;68(5-6):201-206, Yale journal of biology & medicine
— id: 25937, year: 1995, vol: 68, page: 201, stat: Journal Article,

Women's health and managed care: implications for the training of primary care physicians
Hoffman E; Johnson K
1995 Jan-Feb;50(1):17-19, Journal of the American Medical Women's Association
— id: 12833, year: 1995, vol: 50, page: 17, stat: Journal Article,

Our health, our lives : a revolutionary approach to total health care for women
Hoffman, Eileen
New York : Pocket Books, 1995,
— id: 640, year: 1995, vol: , page: , stat: ,

Love and sex after 60: how physical changes affect intimate expression. A roundtable discussion: Part 1
Butler RN; Lewis MI; Hoffman E; Whitehead ED
1994 Sep;49(9):20-27, Geriatrics
— id: 67261, year: 1994, vol: 49, page: 20, stat: Journal Article,

Love and sex after 60: how to evaluate and treat the impotent older man. A roundtable discussion: Part 2
Butler RN; Lewis MI; Hoffman E; Whitehead ED
1994 Oct;49(10):27-32, Geriatrics
— id: 67260, year: 1994, vol: 49, page: 27, stat: Journal Article,

Love and sex after 60: how to evaluate and treat the sexually-active woman
Butler RN; Lewis MI; Hoffman E; Whitehead ED
1994 Nov;49(11):31-44, Geriatrics
— id: 25939, year: 1994, vol: 49, page: 31, stat: Journal Article,

Women's health and curriculum transformation: the role of medical specialization
Johnson K; Hoffman E
Reframing women's health : multidisciplinary research and practice Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications, 1994,
— id: 2747, year: 1994, vol: , page: ?, stat: Chapter,

Defining women's health
Hoffman E
1993 ;1(4):243-243, Journal of women's health
— id: 25941, year: 1993, vol: 1, page: 243, stat: Journal Article,

Women's health: designing and implementing an interdisciplinary specialty
Johnson K; Hoffman E
1993 Summer;3(2):115-120, Women's health issues
— id: 25940, year: 1993, vol: 3, page: 115, stat: Journal Article,

An analysis of trends in society
Elliott, R; Johnson, L; Edge, S; Hoffman, E; Bouhn, H J
1986 ;7(3):4-8, Issues (National Council of State Boards of Nursing (U.S.))
— id: 145701, year: 1986, vol: 7, page: 4, stat: Journal Article,