Dr. Heather Hirsch is board certified in internal medicine and completed advanced fellowship training in women's health at the Cleveland Clinic. She is the lead physician of the Menopause and Midlife clinic at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, and an educator at Harvard Medical school.
Her clinic has a focus on the education and treatment of perimenopause and menopause including the use of hormone therapy, non-hormonal options, sexual dysfunction, bone health, sleep and mood disturbances, and care of the cancer survivor at midlife.
Her fellowship training included an emphasis on scholarly activity, development of women's health curriculum, clinicial research and leadership. Her academic work centers on enahncing women's health curriculum for the fellow, resident and medical student. You can learn more about Dr. Hirsch at