Linda Prine
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Linda Prine, MD

Co-Founder, Reproductive Health Access Project; Director, Women's Health, Institute for Family Health

Education and training

Cornell University Medical College, New York,NY, MD
Montefiore Medical Center - Family Practice Program in Social Medicine, Residency

Professional interests

Women’s reproductive health

A little about me

I am the Director of Women’s Health at the Institute for Family Health, co-director of the Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship, and Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. I am a national leader in reproductive healthcare advocacy and co-founded the Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship.

I am a practicing family physician who has a strong interest in the integration of women’s reproductive health care into family medicine teaching and practice. I am the medical director of the Reproductive Health Access Project; and am active in the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. I also teach early abortion techniques to family medicine residents at various locations in New York City, and have published several articles about this work. I bike to work every day and am a proud mom.

Why I love my job

I enjoy the opportunity to work with residents on conference projects and presentations.

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Professional experience & accomplishments

Dr. Linda Prine is the Director of Women’s Health at the Institute for Family Health, co-director of the Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship, and Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Prine is a national leader in reproductive healthcare advocacy and recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy fellowship, which she co-founded.

Dr. Prine is a practicing family physician who has a strong interest in the integration of women’s reproductive health care into family medicine teaching and practice. Dr. Prine is the medical director of the Reproductive Health Access Project; and is active in the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. She also teaches early abortion techniques to family medicine residents at various locations in New York City, and has published several articles about this work. Dr. Prine enjoys the opportunity to work with residents on conference projects and presentations. She bikes to work every day and is a proud mom of two boys.