Top 10 U.S. Social Media Influencers in Healthcare
Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 social media influencers throughout the Unites States and operating in the healthcare space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.
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*Data as January, 2021
1. Dr. Sanjay Gupta
Bio: Associate Professor of Neurosurgery, Emory University Hospital; CNN Chief Medical Correspondent
2. Doug Ulman
Bio: Cancer survivor, husband/father, CEO @Pelotonia, optimist, fearful flyer, fmr CEO @LIVESTRONG, Advising @OSUCCC_James, Founder @UlmanFoundation, Board @joinroot
3. Dr. Mike Varshavski
Bio: Board Certified FM Doctor in NYC/NJ 🏥👨🏻⚕️ 8+ Million Followers Strong 📩DoctorMikeMedia@gmail.com
4. Jennifer Arnold
Bio: Mom, Neonatologist, Simulation Educator, Cancer Survivor & co-star of #LittleCouple. Tweets are meant to be helpful, not prescriptive #tweetiatrician #FOAMed
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
5. Kevin Pho
Bio: Physician, author, keynote speaker, USA TODAY’s Board of Contributors. Social media’s leading physician voice. http://www.kevinmd.com and http://www.kevinpho.com
Location: Nashua, NH, north of Boston
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