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Caitlin Weber, MD, MS, IBCLC, FAAFP

Associate Program Director, Harlem Residency in Family Medicine; Assistant Professor, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Site Fellowship Director, Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship at the Institute for Family Health

Education and training

Fellowship – Fellowship in Family Planning at Columbia University
Master of Science (MS) in Epidemiology – Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health
Family Medicine Residency – University of Texas at Austin, Dell Medical School
Medical school – Albany Medical College
Bachelor degree (Biology and English) – College of William and Mary

Professional interests

Reproductive and sexual health (including contraception, abortion, miscarriage care, prenatal and postpartum care)
Breastfeeding medicine
Health equity
Pediatric medicine
Care for people with a history of justice involvement
Outpatient office procedures
Trauma-informed care

A little about me

I went into family medicine because it was really important to me to be able to take care of whole families, including babies, pregnant people, and everyone else.

Why I love my job

I am a family doctor because I enjoy taking care of patients of all ages and am especially passionate about providing and teaching full scope reproductive and sexual health care in the primary care setting. One of my favorite parts of my job is how I am constantly learning from my coworkers and also my patients.

Professional certifications or affiliations

IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant)
FAAFP (Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians)

Professional Experience and Accomplishments

Dr. Caitlin Weber attended the College of William and Mary in Virginia, where she majored in biology and English, followed by medical school at Albany Medical College. She completed family medicine residency at the University of Texas at Austin and served as chief resident during her final year of training. Following residency, Dr. Weber completed a 2 year Fellowship in Family Planning and a Master of Science in Epidemiology at Columbia University in New York. Dr. Weber’s clinical and research interests include improving access to care in underserved populations and the integration of full-spectrum reproductive health into the primary care setting. Outside of work, she enjoys cooking, running, and spending time with her children.