Dr. Cynthia Haines, a practicing family doctor and professor of medicine, plays an integral role in global medical news coverage for health care professionals and patients alike. This is accomplished through Dr. Cynthia Haines' role as Chief Medical Officer of HealthDay and Managing Editor of HealthDay-Physician's Briefing, the daily syndicated video segments "HealthDay TV," frequent radio segments and online content production.
In addition to her work above, Dr. Cynthia D. Haines, M.D. is a member of the staff and faculty of the department of family and community medicine at St. Louis University School of Medicine in Missouri. A board-certified family physician, Dr. Haines is a member and/or director of several organizations, including the American Academy of Family Physicians, and the American Medical Association. She currently serves as immediate Past President of the Saint Louis Academy of Family Physicians, serves as a diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine, and is also a member of the International Mensa Society.
An early college admit at age 16, Dr. Haines received her double degree in biology and psychology from Saint Louis University and a doctorate of medicine with distinction from Saint Louis University School of Medicine. Dr. Cynthia Haines' first book, The New Prescription: How to Get the Best Health Care in a Broken System (HCI Books; Dr. Cynthia Haines and Eric Metcalf), is now available.
Dr. Cynthia Haines is also a contributor to the Huffington Post and can be found on Facebook @ www.facebook.com/DrCindyHaines and Twitter @drcindyhaines.