Eric J. Weinstein, M.D.
“I grew up in Cincinnati and knew of the excellent medical education the area had to offer. I knew early that I wanted to use my abilities in a challenging, positive way. I completed my undergraduate degree and a medical degree from the University of Cincinnati and residency at The Christ Hospital. Medicine gave me the challenge and focus to develop my talents and contribute to my community.
The demanding nature and intellectual stimulation of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine is personally satisfying. Coordinating the overall care of chronically and critically ill patients requires problem solving and specialized medical skills. My goal is to provide the best medical treatment available. I have a special interest in navigational bronchoscopy. The use of navigational bronchoscopy provides medical information necessary to diagnose early and treat some pulmonary disorders with new technology in new ways. I strive to provide compassionate, quality, state of the art medical care for my patients.”
Special Focus: Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care
MD: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH
Residency: Internal Medicine, The Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, OH
Internship: The Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, OH
Fellowship: Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN
Affiliations: The Christ Hospital Internal Medicine Program core faculty member.
Board Certified: The American Board of Internal Medicine in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine.
Dr. Weinstein resides in Montgomery with his wife and three children. He enjoys spending time with his family, running and skiing. Dr. Weinstein plays the cello in the Cincinnati Community Orchestra. He also participates in the American Lung Association annual fundraiser “Fight for Air Climb”. Dr. Weinstein has received scholarly awards and recognition. He has participated in research studies and has been published in Chest Magazine.