Family Medicine

Nicole Gleyzer, DO

MCH Educator, Clinical Assistant Professor, Family Medicine

Biography

Family Medicine Residency: Brown Family Medicine Residency/Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island
MD, New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine; MS, Human Nutrition, Columbia University; BS, Brandeis University

Nicole Gleyzer, MS, DO, attended Brandeis University for her undergraduate degree in Health: Science, Society, and Policy. She earned a Master’s Degree in Human Nutrition from Columbia University, prior to attending New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. She graduated from Brown Family Medicine in 2018, where she served as Chief Resident. Dr. Gleyzer's professional interests include Academic Medicine, Obstetrics, and Reproductive Health. As a family physician, she plans to work in partnership with her patients to achieve the best possible outcomes and empower them to make evidence based decisions for their care. Since completing residency, she has joined CNE primary care in East Greenwich, RI, where she will continue to practice full spectrum family medicine. As faculty, she will continue to provide obstetric care for the Brown Family Medicine Service at Women & Infants Hospital, precept residents in the family care center, and be a faculty mentor. Her interests outside of medicine include international travel, swimming, as well as painting and drawing.