Founder, CEO Hormonal Health Institute
Angela DeRosa, DO, MBA, CPE, is a dynamic professional on a mission to change the face of women’s health and wellness. As a respected, internationally recognized authority on women’s hormonal health, Dr. DeRosa understands the range of health issues women face leading up to and during menopause as she herself was in full-blown menopause by the age of 35. Dr. DeRosa has more than 25 years’ experience in the medical field, both on the pharmaceutical side and in clinical practice. In 2009, she founded DeRosa Medical, which quickly became known for bioidentical hormonal healthcare. She eventually sold her company in fall 2017 to focus on new opportunities, including re-opening other hormonal health practices, DRM Integrative Health and Revive Wellness, LLC.
Dr. DeRosa’s enthusiasm for educating patients on the realities of menopause and the risk factors of hormonal health imbalances has never waned. It was the driving force behind her first bestselling book, “How Your Doctor Is Slowly Killing You: A Woman’s Health Survival Guide
Her book, along with its controversial title, caught the attention of the public, media and the medical community. In fact, she received an avalanche of requests from physicians across the country wanting to learn more. In 2018, she heeded their call by launching The Hormonal Health Institute: Executive Instruction for Medical Professionals, a hormonal healthcare consultancy designed to instruct medical providers and provide practice development training on bioidentical hormonal replacement therapies.
In addition to her educational and clinical activities, Dr. DeRosa serves as the medical director and a board member for Belmar Pharma Solutions where she provides clinical and scientific technical support for all aspects of the business as well as clinical expertise for internal and external customers.
Dr. DeRosa is a member of the International Menopause Society, European Andropause and Menopause Society, International Society of the Study of Women’s Sexual Health and a researcher on women’s health issues. Dr. DeRosa is clinical assistant professor at Midwestern University, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine; clinical assistant professor of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix; and is the past president of the Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association.