Beth Netter, M.D. practices holistic medicine (including acupuncture) at St. Peter's Hospital in Albany, New York. The acupuncture and other holistic medical treatments are available, on a consulting basis, for people who are inpatients at Albany Medical Center and St. Peter's Hospital. To find out more about this contact: (518) 928-2450.
Previous Medical Experience
Beth Netter, M.D., is a graduate of the University at Buffalo’s School of Biomedical Sciences. She did her residency training in anesthesiology and high risk obstetric anesthesiology at Harvard University’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, and served as director of obstetric anesthesiology and staff anesthesiologist at Memorial Hospital in Worcester.
Director, Department of Obstetric Anesthesiology and Anesthesiologist; Worcester Memorial
Hospital; Worcester, Massachusetts
Anesthesiologist; Alta Bates Medical Center; Berkeley, California
Medical Education and Training
Harvard Medical School: Structural Acupuncture for Physicians; Certified and licensed to practice acupuncture as a physician in New York State
The American Meditation Institute; Averill Park, NY
Peggy Huddleston’s Prepare for Surgery/Heal Faster Guided Imagery Workshops
Residency in Anesthesiology; specialized focus in high risk obstetric anesthesiology:
Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Harvard University; Boston, Massachusetts
Medical Doctorate; School of Biomedical Sciences; State University of New York at Buffalo
Post Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Studies: University of Rochester, Rochester, New York; Columbia University; New York, New York
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Psychology; magna cum laude with high honors in Psychology, University of Rochester, and London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London.
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The American Meditation Institute's Heart and Science of Yoga™ Holistic Mind-Body Medicine course is accrediated by The American Medical Association through Albany Medical Center to provide CME and CUE credits to for those physicians and nurses taking the course.
The course is taught by Institute's co-founder and director Leonard Perlmutter, who has been practicing yoga science for over 33 years and is author of the award-winning book: 'The Heart and Science of Yoga.'
Classes are held throughout the year in 6-week blocks on 6 consecutive Tuesday nights, in Averill Park, NY. The course provides 15 category 1 CME credits and 15 contact hours for nurses.
The course is also offered specifically for healthcare practitioners at the Cranwell Resort in Lenox, Massachusetts November 2013. There is a discount for office staff and family members for the Cranwell course.
This year Mark Pettus, MD, Susan Lord, MD, Anita Burock-Stotts, MD, and Beth Netter, MD will be speaking at the Cranwell course.
The Cranwell course provides over 23 category 1 CME credits and 15 contact hours for nurses.
To find out more, visit: http://www.americanmeditation.org/Classes_Events/CME_Retreat.aspx
The American Meditation Institute: 60 Garner Road; Averill Park, NY 12018
Call: (518) 674-8714