Dr. Nicholas Fiebach received his medical degree from the New York University School of Medicine and was an intern and resident in internal medicine at the University of Colorado in Denver.
After serving in the National Health Service Corps in New York City, he completed a fellowship in general internal medicine and clinical epidemiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston.
He has been on the faculties of the medical schools at Yale and Johns Hopkins universities, and most recently was Professor of Medicine at CUMC at the Vagelos College of Physician and Surgeons of Columbia University.
At Columbia, he was the director of the Medical House Staff Training Program and subsequently the Vice Chair for Graduate and Continuing Medical Education in the Department of Medicine.
He is a general internist and primary care physician and was also the co-director of the ColumbiaDoctors Executive Health and Personalized Medicine Program.
Dr. Fiebach is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and of the New York Academy of Medicine, the author of numerous publications in the medical literature and an editor of the popular textbook, Principles of Ambulatory Medicine.