Chief Wellness Officer, The Cleveland Clinic @DrMikeRoizen
Dr. Roizen is Cleveland Clinic’s Chief Wellness Officer and served as first Chair of its Wellness Institute. The Institute’s programs have helped Clinic employees lose 455,000 pounds; reduce smokers from 15.4 to 5.2%; flatten the cost curve, and developed StressFreeNow & other programs that The Institute’s Enterprise share with 40 corporations. He sees patients in Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Institute in the Premier Program (of Executive Health—the Premeier Program serves more women than men).
He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Williams, AOA from UCSF School of Medicine, certified in Internal Medicine and Anesthesiology, authored 175 peer reviewed publications, & served 16 years on FDA advisory committees.
Dr. Roizen founded twelve companies, including RealAge, co-invented a drug approved by FDA, and published a series of highly popular bestsellers including 4 #1 New York Times bestsellers: translated into 44 languages and ranked #1 in five countries.
He and Dr. Oz write a daily column syndicated to 134 newspapers; hosts a two-hour radio show weekly. He shared a daytime Emmy, an Elle, a lifetime achievement award, and the Paul Rodgers award for best medical communicator from the National Library of Medicine.