About Our Office

Deborah Ottenheimer, MD
is a graduate of The Univ. of Penn and completed her residency training at St.Lukes/Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan. Dr.Ottenheimer spent 7 years working with adolescent girls in the South Bronx and continues to focus on adolescent and young adult health care. In addition to her private practice, Dr.Ottenheimer works as a medical volunteer in Haiti. She is also an active member of Physicians for Human Rights and faculty at Human Rights Clinic at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and at the Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights, aiding victims of female genital mutilation, domestic violence, and sex trafficking in their applications for asylum to the U.S. Dr. Ottenheimer lectures frequently to medical and legal professionals about human rights violations against women.

julia huff small

Julia Huff, WHNP

provides a full scope of women’s health care.

Julia has a B.A. in psychology from SUNY Geneseo, where she became interested in development and biopsychology. Her lifelong passion for women’s issues drew her to school at Columbia University where she received a B.S. in nursing. While working as a nurse at Columbia’s Center for Women’s Reproductive Care, she completed an M.S. in nursing in women’s health. She later worked as a clinician at Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York, Weill Cornell Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility, and NYU Health Kips Bay Gynecology. Throughout her career she has focused on providing quality care for the whole woman, with a strong interest in gynecologic health education and infertility.

In her spare time she dances, travels the world, and volunteers for campaigns to advocate for women’s rights

 

Attachment-1

Cara Dubroff, WHNP

provides a full scope of women’s health care.

Cara has a MS in nursing from Rutgers University, a BS in nursing from Columbia University, and a BA in women’s studies from Barnard College. She has been counseling women about their health since she was a peer educator in her New York City high school. Cara previously worked as a nurse practitioner at Hoboken Family Planning and as a staff nurse at Planned Parenthood. Before becoming a Women’s Health NP, Cara had a career as a graphic designer at magazines such as New York, GQ, and Sports Illustrated. Ultimately her passion for women’s issues inspired her to leave the magazine world and turn her focus toward the work she feels she was truly meant to do: helping women of all ages and backgrounds achieve optimal health and well-being.

 

Jessica Weiss

Jessica Weiss, WHNP 

provides a full scope of women’s health care.

Jessica has a bachelor’s degree from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. While pursing a career in theater, she volunteered at Planned Parenthood and discovered her passion for women’s health. Jessica went on to receive her masters degree from Columbia University School of Nursing. Her nursing career began in an educational capacity, developing and teaching sex-positive health classes for middle-schoolers in lower Manhattan. Jessica remains committed to providing education and quality care to women of all ages and backgrounds.