Beth Horowitz, MD
“By exploring your lifestyle and habits, we can identity your particular health risks and focus on those preventative measures that make the most sense for you.”
I am a graduate of the University of California San Francisco medical school and completed my internal medicine residency at the Mount Zion Hospital/UCSF program. After moving back to the East Coast in 1987, I joined the faculty of George Washington University Medical Center, eventually becoming director of the residency program. While at the university, I developed courses and gave numerous presentations on issues relating to women’s health.
I opened my current practice in 1996, but have maintained an academic appointment and continue to teach first and second year medical students. For a number of years, I have worked with Peace Corps volunteers. I am a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and an active member of Physicians for Human Rights.
I enjoy treating patients at all stages of adulthood. I have a special interest in adolescents and often begin working with them when they first leave their pediatrician. To better understand the health problems facing people at the other end of life, I became board certified in geriatrics in the early 1990s.
I have been named a Washington magazine Top Doctor and listed in Best Doctors in America.