Annie Negrin is a practicing New York Opthalmologist and a young mother of two (Lindsay and Jack). She’s appeared on the Today show twice, Telemundo’s Un Nuevo Dia, Fox’s Good Day New York, ABC7 Eyewitness News, Home & Family, Dr Drew, PIX11 and was a regular medical contributor on WFSB-TV’s lifestyle daytime talk show Better Connecticut. She’s relatable to daytime audiences on both personal and professional levels and is passionate about educating the public on preventative medicine and healing without the use of prescription drugs.
Annie is a medical blog contributor to huffingtonpost.com and also keeps her followers informed on important everyday health issues on her blog Dr. Annie (docannie.com). Her Medical Minutes video series there dispels (or confirms!) health myths, along with valuable tips and advice. For instance, Is My Child Too Young For Contacts? How Close Is Too Close To The TV? Dangers Of Antibiotic Overuse, Red Wine And It’s Profound Effects On Your Body, The 3 Toxins You Should Eliminate From Your Home, The Crystal Craze, and The Top 5 Myths About Sunblock.
As a top rated eye doctor for the past 15 years, Annie is often asked to speak on varied health topics affecting women—like pregnancy, aging, diet, fitness, parenting, preventive medicine—as well as eye-related beauty topics—like how to keep our eyes and eyelashes beautiful and healthy, and the right and wrong types of eye makeup to wear. She earned her BA from Cornell University and subsequent MD from New York Medical College and is a board-certified eye surgeon. Fluent in Spanish and Greek, Annie reaches out to a wide audience. Camera-ready Annie is not only beautiful but is also powerful on camera; her passion to educate the media world as well as her patients makes her a relatable and warm personality.
Dr. Negrin studied undergraduate at Cornell University and earned her medical degree from New York Medical College. She returned to NYC for my ophthalmology training at St. Vincent’s Catholic Medical Centers of Brooklyn and Queens.
Annie certainly practices the health advice she gives her patients. She’s a marathon runner and understands the importance of including meditation in her busy life.