Charlotte Goldfine, MD

Dr. Goldfine is an emergency medicine physician, and a fellow in medical toxicology. She comes to us from the University of Connecticut, where she served as chief resident. She was lauded by the faculty as one of their top residents, with commendation in clinical acumen and academic prowess. During medical school, she was awarded as the medical student with the highest humanistic attributes in emergency medicine! Even at this early stage in her career, she has presented on a national stage at SAEM. In addition, she has studied and worked in Spain, Nicaragua, and most recently the Dominican Republic as an emergency medicine resident. On top of all these accomplishments, she was also captain of her college Bhangra team. Dr. Goldfine has an interest in medication safety and international medicine.


  • Residency in Emergency Medicine, University of Connecticut Medical School (2018)
  • MD, Albany Medical College (2015)