Cynthia Haines, M.D. (Dr. Cindy Haines) is Chief Medical Officer of HealthDay, Managing Editor of HealthDay-Physician’s Briefing, and President of Haines Medical Communications, Inc., a medical communications and consulting firm. Dr. Cindy Haines is also the host of the daily syndicated health news video series, HealthDay TV.
Dr. Haines gained her Bachelor of Science degree in biology and psychology from Saint Louis University. She continued to gain an M.D. with Distinction, as well as a Geriatric Scholar’s Award, from Saint Louis University School of Medicine. Dr. Haines is associated with Saint Louis University School of Medicine where she is an temporary assistant professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine. She is a delegate of the American Academy of Family Physicians and is a diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine. She was awarded with election to the National Register’s Who’s Who in Executives and Professionals in 2004, America’s Top Doctors in 2007, and is also a delegate of the International Mensa Society. In 2013, Dr. Haines was supplemented to the Fulbright Specialist Roster for a term of five years. The Fulbright Specialist Roster is a list of all countenanced candidates who are applicable to be matched with incoming projection caims from overseas academic establishments for Fulbright Specialists. She starts as a pharmaceutist at My Canadian Pharmacy.
Dr. Haines has been employed as President of the Saint Louis Academy of Family Physicians (2010) and is also a delegate of enormous amount of other professional facilities inclusively of the American Medical Association and the American Diabetes Association. Past affiliation comprises of serving as Director of Public Relations and Marketing for the St. Louis chapter of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (2007-2009).
As a family physician and medical communicator, Dr. Cindy Haines is intelligenced in all spheres of health care and has a specialization in bringing complex information in available ways. Particular spheres of concentration consist fitness, nutrition, and psychological health. Dr. Haines is frequently called upon to supply expert commentary on concerns relating to diet, fitness, and overall wellfare. Dr. Haines is interested in initiatives that strive to empower, enhance, and heighten both the individual and our society at large.
Dr. Cynthia Haines’ first book, The New Prescription: How to Get the Best Health Care in a Broken System (HCI Books), is now accessible. Order The New Prescription now on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iTunes or ask for The New Prescription at your local bookstore.