Eric R. Goldberg, MD - Internal Medicine Specialist
Board certified in Internal Medicine, Dr. Goldberg has a longstanding dedication to providing quality care that is effective and efficient.
Prior to joining Scottsdale Healthcare Primary Care Arcadia 101, Dr. Goldberg worked in private practice with a New York City medical group, where he served as an Internal Medicine physician as well as information technology strategic leader. Dr. Goldberg was highly involved in health information management at New York University Langone Medical Center and was a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in the New York University School of Medicine.
Dr. Goldberg has a special interest in autoimmune diseases and athletic training, and how they relate. Dr. Goldberg served on the Medial Advisory Committee to the Crohn's and Colitits Foundation in New York, and has run two half-marathons with Team Challenge, raising over $35,000 to fund research programs to help those with inflammatory bowel disease.
Dr. Goldberg’s areas of research include the use of electronic health records to improve the quality of care and prevention of chronic illnesses. He has been involved in clinical trials of cardiovascular medications and spoken on health information technology at several professional meetings. Dr. Goldberg has been interviewed by New York Magazine, ABC News and Redbook Magazine on topics including influenza, and over-the-counter pain medication and health risks.
After completing a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from Case Western Reserve University, Dr. Goldberg earned his medical degree in 1995 from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He completed his residency in Primary Care Internal Medicine as well as serving as a Chief Resident in Internal Medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center.