Razia Jayman-Aristide, MD MS-HPPL FACP, is the Chief Medical Officer of NY Health. She is board-certified in Internal Medicine.
Dr. Jayman-Aristide has a special interest in women’s health and educating women in all aspects of health and wellness.
Dr. Jayman-Aristide earned her medical degree at Ross University School of Medicine and her Masters in Health Professions, Pedagogy, and Leadership at Hofstra University. She completed her internship and residency at New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital.
She serves as Assistant Professor at Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. Additionally, she has written multiple publications and partakes in teaching residents and students during rotation.
Credentials: FACP , M.D. , MS-HPPL
Languages: English, Spanish
Education & Training Residency: New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine College: Hofstra University Fellowships: Northwell Health