Staff

Liz Kaltman, ND, MPH, NCMP

Executive Director
Center for Integrative Medicine in Public Health

Dr. Liz Kaltman is Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Integrative Medicine in Public Health where she advocates for greater access to integrative medicine in low income and underserved communities. She is a licensed naturopathic physician, epidemiologist and public health consultant with over 25 years experience in the health care field. She earned her doctorate in naturopathic medicine from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon and her Master’s in Public Health from the University of California at Berkeley.

Dr. Kaltman served for many years as a communicable disease epidemiologist directing disease surveillance programs in city and state health departments and is the former Director of Surveillance for Springfield, Massachusetts. She has extensive experience in community health, HIV/AIDS and infectious disease research.

As a physician, Dr. Kaltman is experienced working with diverse populations in community and public health settings. Currently, she serves as the primary care physician for two non-profit residential treatment homes for children and adolescents with mental health and substance abuse issues.

Prior to working in residential treatment she served as a clinician at Planned Parenthood where she worked on the front lines of reproductive health care. Dr. Kaltman has extensive experience and training in women’s health. Her areas of clinical specialty include reproductive health, menopause, adolescent medicine, endocrinology and nutrition. She holds the prestigious North American Menopause Society’s (NAMS) credential of NAMS Certified Menopause Practitioner (NCMP). She is also a member of the Medical Reserve Corp, a team of medical volunteers trained to respond to local and national emergencies.

Dr. Kaltman maintains a steadfast commitment to improving health in underserved populations and strives to maximize the effectiveness of integrative medicine in these communities.