Pamela Hops M.D.


Pamela Hops is a licensed, board-certified family physician and co-founder of Flatiron Family Medical. Dr. Hops attended the University of Ottawa, Concordia University in Montreal and received her medical degree from Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. She completed her residency in Family Practice at North Shore University hospital, where she became Chief Resident.

Dr. Hops went on to join Beth Israel Medical Center’s Center for Health and Healing in New York City, where she practiced for 13 years, completing fellowships in both Integrative Medicine and Eriksonian Hypnotherapy, and earning her certification in Medical Acupuncture from Helms Medical Institute, UCLA. She has also served as an Associate Professor of Family Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Beth Israel.  

Dr. Hops believes an integrative, whole-person approach to health is a critical element for achieving positive outcomes. Her wide-ranging knowledge of medicine, nutrition, and other modalities help her develop active, informed partnerships with her patients— and make a real difference in people’s lives.