Aubrey Raimondi, MD, MPH
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Faculty of Health Sciences
Dr. Aubrey Raimondi was raised in New York State. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at Cornell University where she learned to sail and developed an interest in global health. After graduation she spent time at Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard University developing her skill set in research, which resulted in two publications on pediatric cancers. In order to pursue her interest in Global Health, Dr. Raimondi attended The Medical School for International Health, a collaborative program between Ben Gurion University and Columbia University. She completed clinical electives in Nepal and collaborated on two book chapters on maternal fetal outcomes following bariatric surgery. After graduating from medical school, Dr. Raimondi enrolled in Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health to complete her Master’s in Public Health focusing on health policy and advocacy. The Mt. Sinai Beth Israel Family Medicine residency was the perfect fit and allows her to pursue areas of interest including preventative medicine, integrative medicine, women’s health, service for underserved populations, and policy and advocacy. As a resident she hopes to explore the policy factors that influence obesity trends and the role that family medicine physicians can have in promoting a healthy lifestyle, especially among the underserved. In her free time, you can find Dr. Raimondi hiking upstate, cycling around NYC or running near the river.