Medical Specialties Obstetrics/Gynecology, Gynecology
Medical Expertise Minimally Invasive Surgery, Fibroids, Repro Endo & Infertility, Adolescent Gynecology, General Gynecology, Menopause/Perimenopause
Clinical ResponsibilitiesFounder of SoHo OB/GYN in 1980, was born in Philadelphia, PA. She received her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, graduating magna cum laude in 1972. She went to Hahnemann Medical College, named after Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathic medicine, where she received her M.D. in 1976. She did her internship and residency at N.Y.U. Medical Center, graduating in 1980. From 1980 to 1990, Dr. Harris maintained her affiliation with N.Y.U. Medical Center and N.Y.U. Downtown Hospital (then known as New York Infirmary ? Beekman Hospital). She became the Director of Quality Assurance of N.Y.U. Downtown Hospital and was awarded a Clinical Assistant Professorship at N.Y.U. Medical Center.
Dr. Harris was a pioneer in the early 1980s for being the first OB/GYN in the SoHo area and also one of the first women OB/GYN's in private practice in New York City. After becoming partners with Dr. Deborah Coady, in 1990 she co-founded SoHo OB/GYN women?s healthcare center. A year later Dr. Harris saw the publication of the book she co-authored, Recovering from a Hysterectomy. In 1997 she joined St. Vincent?s Hospital and was awarded a Clinical Assistant Professorship at New York Medical College. Dr. Harris is currently affiliated with N.Y.U Medical Center, N.Y.U Downtown Hospital and St.Vincent?s Hospital. She is a fellow of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and was board certified in 1983. She has been named to the Top Doctors in New York and America?s Top Doctors. Dr Harris currently concentrates her general gynecology practice in menopause, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, uterine fibroids, minimally invasive surgery, adolescent gynecology and vulvar pain.
Dr. Harris lives in Manhattan with her husband Jude Quintiere, a pastry chef, and daughter.