Robert Graham, MD, MPH, ABOIM, FACP is dual board certified in Internal and
Integrative Medicine. Dr. Graham received his medical degree from the School of
Medicine at Stony Brook, NY and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at
Lenox Hospital in NYC. He received a Masters of Public Health from the Harvard
School of Public Health while completing three fellowships at Harvard Medical
School, in General Internal Medicine, Complementary and Integrative Medical
Therapies and Medical Education.
In 2010, he created Fare Wellness, a culinary medicine program, modeled after
Healthy Kitchens, Healthy Lives and has taught over 500 health professionals,
including doctors how to cook. As the Director of Integrative Health and Wellness
for a large health system, he led a company-wide cooking, yoga, meditation, stress
reduction and wellness program. In 2013, Dr. Graham created “Victory Greens,” the
first edible organic garden on a rooftop hospital. He is a frequent speaker at
conferences, and in 2015, he was selected to be a TED speaker at TEDxManhattan
where he presented a talk titled, “Back to Our Roots”; Dr. Graham’s most recent
venture is FRESH Med NYC, an integrative medical practice where he is
incorporating his roots in holistic and conventional medicine into our modern
healthcare system with an emphasis on having greater respect for the five pillars of
well-being: Food, Relaxation, Exercise, Sleep and Happiness, Now that’s F.R.E.S.H!
Their motto is “When it comes to our health, it all starts with food but in the end,
what we truly want in life is to be happy.” In the fall of 2017, he began writing his
book “A FRESH Prescription To Health” and entered culinary school at the Natural
Gourmet Institute on his way to becoming a Chef.