Dr. Beth Horowitz, MD
WomenStrong International Board Member
Dr. Beth Horowitz MD is a highly regarded physician in full-time private practice in downtown Washington, DC.
Dr. Beth Horowitz MD is a highly regarded physician in full-time private practice in downtown Washington, DC. A Fellow of the American College of Physicians, Dr. Horowitz also serves as a volunteer with the American non-profit Physicians for Human Rights and provides medical evaluations for refugees seeking US asylum.
From 1987 until 1996, Dr. Horowitz served full-time on the faculty at the George Washington Medical Center, where, during her last two years, she served as Director of the Residency Program in Internal Medicine. She remains an Associate Clinical Professor at GW Medical Center and continues to teach medical students in the Clinical Apprenticeship Program there.
A 1978 graduate of Stanford University, Dr. Horowitz earned her Masters in Health and Medical Science from University of California at Berkeley, where she wrote a thesis on the reproductive health issues of women in the electronics industry. She received a MD from UCSF in 1984 and in 1987 completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the Mt. Zion/UCSF program.