Dr. Miriam Greene
About Miriam Greene M.D.
Dr. Miriam Greene practices obstetrics and gynecology in New York City and is Board Certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Greene completed her pre-medical studies at Columbia University and attended New York University Medical School, graduating in 1985. Dr. Greene did her post graduate training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, a Columbia University Affiliate, specializing in hysteroscopy surgery, training with Dr. Robert Neuwirth the originator of hysteroscopy.
Dr. Greene entered private practice at NYU in 1989 where she brought hysteroscopy to the University Medical Center, where she still performs it today.
In 1990 she helped edit and write the Forward to Your Pregnancy Companion, which won an award for most informative guide to pregnancy by Child Magazine. Dr. Greene has been quoted in numerous journals and articles including, Shape Magazine, New Women, The Daily News and has written various articles for the Associated Press, including, "Folic Acid Use in Pregnancy and Vaginitis." Dr. Greene newest book is called Frankly Pregnant, which was co-authored with Stacey Quarty and published by St. Martins Press.
Dr. Greene’s interest in menopause and perimenopause began when she noticed the small complaints and problems her 40- and 50-year old patients were having. She also noticed that many of these complaints went ignored or were just shrugged off as nerves by the patients’ generalists. She wanted to educate her patients to be attractive and vigilant to these changes, such as episodes of vaginal dryness, and to understand that many of these changes requiring menopause treatment are in fact normal, real and tolerable with the right solutions.
Dr. Greene’s plan for the future include an informative and easy to read guide on this subject and to continue to teach her patients to understand these normal mid-life changes and take charge of available menopause treatment options and new femine health treatment choices as they become available. Dr. Greene believes that many feminine health problems, such as vaginal dryness, can be treated with the right menopause treatment products.
In 2002, Dr. Greene had a chance of a lifetime when she had the opportunity to partake in an episode of the television series Sex In The City playing the obstetrician that delivers Miranda’s baby.