Adina Chelouche, M.D., FACOG

Dr. Chelouche, originally from New York City, graduated magna cum laude with a BA from Harvard University and then attended Yale Medical School. She completed her Ob/Gyn residency at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston and Yale New Haven Hospital. She joined County Ob/Gyn in 1997. She is an assistant professor at Yale University School of Medicine and an attending physician at Yale New Haven 

She practices both obstetrics and gynecology and enjoys working with endocrine disorders and lifestyle medicine.

She loves travel, photography, film and the arts. She also has an interest in cooking and dance. She lives in Woodbridge, CT with her husband and has 3 grown children.

Best kept secret: Dr. Chelouche’s best kept secret is the international food carts outside Yale New Haven Hospital for lunch.

Favorite medical podcasts: "The Andrew Huberman Lab" especially episodes on sleep, food and lifestyle.

Medical reference to read: "Why We Sleep" by Mathew Walker, "Menopause Manifesto" by Dr. Jen Gunther.


Medical websites: ACOG, NIH, CDC , Up to date


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