Our mission is to help and inspire people to live healthy and active lifestyles – one person, one video, one community at a time.
With over 32 million viewers accessing our content monthly, HealthiNation is the leading provider of engaging and informative health video content across all main categories of healthy living. From recipes & nutrition to fitness to living with a health condition, our award-winning producers and videographers create visually engaging video series that cover it all.
Our world-class platform enables us to distribute our content to viewers across all
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Disclosure Regarding Funding Sources
The HealthiNation.com website is owned by HealthiNation Inc., and is funded through advertising. Please see our Editorial Policy for additional information regarding editorial integrity, identification of advertising or sponsored content and HealthiNation’s discretion in determining the types of advertising that are accepted and displayed on the HealthiNation.com website.
Patrick Vogt, CEO and Director
Patrick joined HealthiNation in early 2014. He has served as chief executive for both public and private digital media technology companies, and held senior executive positions at some of the most premiere brands in the world including The Weather Channel, Sony, HP and Dell. He was most recently President of The Weather Channel’s (TWC) International Division, where he led the business outside the U.S. across all products and media.
Brendan McHenry, Chief Revenue Officer
Brendan’s depth of experience comes from the health media industry where he has developed relationships with clients and agencies for almost a decade. He translates HealthiNation’s vision into long-term strategies for pioneering new markets and opportunities for operations, sales, corporate development, marketing, and revenue management. These opportunities, in turn, drive best-in-class results for all of HealthiNation’s clients and partners.
Brendan Anderer, Executive Producer & Chief Programming Officer
Brendan has been the leader and driving force behind all of HealthiNation’s original content. He spent his foundational career in broadcast television and broadcast journalism with key entities MSNBC and NBC News including producing for the Today Show. He has been repeatedly recognized and awarded with top honors for outstanding video content production. He is an active member of the Producers Guild of America.
Lindsey Fielding, VP Owned and Operated Properties & Revenue Delivery
Lindsey supervises and participates in the day-to-day operations of HealthiNation’s properties and products, and forges relationships with external partners that create value. She ensures operational excellence in campaign delivery, and superior viewer experiences that deliver business results. Prior to HealthiNation, Lindsey managed workforce strategy and programs at IBM. She received her Master’s degree from Cornell University in industrial and labor relations.
Dr. Preeti Parikh, Chief Medical Editor
Preeti ensures HealthiNation meets the highest standards of quality and efficiency of health care management. She leads our URAC accreditation processes and the Medical Advisory Board, and educates viewers in several of our videos. She is an accomplished author and a regular expert contributor to several news media outlets. Preeti believes in empowering parents and children alike with knowledge and tools to achieve their optimal health.
Medical Advisory Board
Preeti Parikh, MD
Dr. Parikh is the Chief Medical Editor of HealthiNation, board certified Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, an American Academy of Pediatrics spokesperson and is a Clinical Asst. Professor of Pediatrics at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She sees patients at Pediatrics of New York in Manhattan. Dr. Parikh received her undergraduate degree from Columbia University, medical degree from University of Medicine and Dentristry of New Jersey (Rutgers) and post graduate training in Pediatrics from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Dr. Parikh’s special interests are in preventive medicine, advocacy and patient education.
Bobby Buka, MD, JD
Dr. Buka is Section Chief at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology and Society for Pediatric Dermatology. His expertise is in vascular lasers, skin cancer, and acne. A graduate of the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago, Dr. Buka did his internship in internal medicine at Saint Vincent’s Hospital in New York City, a dermatology residency at the University of California, San Diego and a fellowship in pediatric dermatology at Children’s Hospital in San Diego. He has authored Buka’s Emergencies in Dermatology, a compilation of dermatologic diseases for residents and physicians alike.
Holly Atkinson, MD
Dr. Holly Atkinson is Director of the Human Rights Program in The Arnhold Global Health Institute at Mount Sinai; Co-Director of the Advancing Idealism in Medicine Program, Department of Medicine; and Assistant Professor of Medicine and Preventive Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine in New York. Dr. Atkinson is especially interested in the intersection of health and human rights as it applies to advancing the well-being of women and girls, and is an accomplished public speaker and author on these topics.
Paul Knoepflmacher, MD
Dr. Knoepflmacher practices internal medicine in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. His medical degree is from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (Rutgers New Jersey Medical School), and he did his internship and residency at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City where he received the prestigious Richard Gorlin award for resident humanitarianism. Dr. Knoepflmacher is a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine, and was selected by his peers as one of the “Best Doctors in New York” in New York Magazine.
Sharon Richter, RD
Sharon Richter is a Registered Dietitian with a private nutrition practice in Manhattan. Her objective is to help others achieve healthier lifestyles by creating incremental goals that are physically and mentally challenging and, most importantly, achievable. Sharon received her masters and undergraduate degrees in clinical nutrition from New York University. She is actively increasing community nutritional education through her work with Wellness In The Schools (WITS) and the Challenged Athletes Foundation. Sharon is a frequent expert contributor, author, and consultant to popular media venues, magazines, and national brands alike.
Kaveh Alizadeh, MD,MSC, FACS
Dr. Alizadeh is a board-certified plastic surgeon and the Chief of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Westchester Medical Center and New York Medical College. Dr. Alizadeh received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University and his masters from Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. He earned his medical degree from Cornell University Medical College, received general and plastic surgery training at the University of Chicago Hospitals, and subspecialty training in cosmetic surgery, microsurgery, and breast reconstruction at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.
Keri Peterson, MD
Dr. Keri Peterson obtained her undergraduate degree from Cornell University, Medical Degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine and completed her post-graduate training at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. She is a board certified internist practicing on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Dr. Peterson has authored several publications and has authored the e-book Sexy Ever After: Intimacy Post-Cancer and contributed to the book What Doctors Eat. She is a medical contributor and columnist for Women’s Health Magazine. Dr. Peterson is a frequent guest on The Today Show and has appeared on several national television programs.
Located in the heart of new York City’s ‘Silicon Alley,’ HealthiNation occupies an office in the Flat Iron District, near the bustling hotbeds of Union Square and Madison Square Park. Steps away from the legendary ‘Shake Shack,’ HealthiNation is a proud part of the New York tech culture.
The office is easily accessible via mass transit, located less than four blocks away from five major subway lines. Also, the office is easily accessible via commuter rail – HealthiNation is only a few subway stops away from Penn Station and Grand Central Station and a five minute walk from the New York – New Jersey Interstate PATH train at 23rd.
This About page was last modified November 18, 2014.