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BCBS Blue Card
BCBS of NY – Empire
BCBS of NY – Empire Medicare
BCBS of NY - NYC Medicare Advantage Plus Plan
Corvel – Workers Compensation
Coventry – Workers Compensation and Motor Vehicle
Emblem Health – Emblem, HIP & GHI
Emblem Health – NYC Medicare Advantage Plus Plan PPO
HealthFirst Commercial & PPO
HealthFirst Essential (Exchange)
New York Workers Compensation
Oxford Health Plans (Freedom, Liberty)
Oxford Health Medicare
The Empire Plan NY
United Healthcare AARP Medicare Complete
United Healthcare Choice
United Healthcare Choice Plus
United Healthcare HMO
United Healthcare Medicare Advantage
United Healthcare Navigate EPO, HMO, POS
United Healthcare NYSHIP
United Healthcare POS
United Healthcare PPO
Training and Education
Cardiovascular Disease (American Board of Internal Medicine)
Internal Medicine (American Board of lnternal Medicine)
Echocardiography (National Board of Echocardiography)
Nuclear Cardiology (Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology)
Vascular Imaging (Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation)
Fellow, Division of Cardiovascular Disease, Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, NY
Resident, Department of Internal Medicine, New York University School of Medicine, New York NY
Doctorate of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Medical School, Philadelphia, PA
Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude with Honors in Biology, Amherst College, Amherst, MA.
Erika Gehrie, MD is a cardiologist with an expertise in non-interventional cardiology. Dr. Gehrie is board-certified in internal medicine, echocardiography, nuclear cardiology, and vascular imaging. Growing up, she admired the role that physicians held in the community and aspired to these aspects of community service and leadership.
Dr. Gehrie believes it is important to build a relationship with each patient and to understand their lifestyle and circumstances. “This background is immensely informative when developing a tailored program for cardiac health,” she says. Most important during a patient visit is forming a bond with the patient. Dr. Gehrie adds, “Doctors establish long histories with patients, and the underlying connection with each is the cornerstone for establishing continuity of care.”
She enjoys achieving positive outcomes for patients, whether this means improved bloodwork, reduced co-morbidities, or detecting a life-threatening condition in time for intervention. Dr. Gehrie says, “In each case, I take great satisfaction in having made a meaningful difference in a patient’s health.”
She is a seven-time published physician and has received The Peter Elsbach Award for Excellence in Research.
Outside of practicing medicine. Dr. Gehrie enjoys coaching her kids’ sports teams, outdoor activities, including hiking, skiing, and planning adventure travel.