F. FRIER, MD, MPH
Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology
Dr. Steven Frier is board certified in internal medicine
and nephrology and is an assistant clinical professor of medicine
at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
After receiving an MD from New York Medical College, he trained
at Montefiore Hospital & Medical Center and served in the
US Air Force. He received a Master of Public Health (MPH) from
Columbia University in 2003 and was selected valedictorian by
Dr. Frier served as President of the Medical Staff and Chief of
Nephrology at Englewood Hospital & Medical Center and is a
Past President of the Bergen County Medical Society.
Dr. Frier is devoted to the science, art, and practice of medicine.
Additionally, he takes pleasure in history and philosophy. Carl
Sagan, Daniel Boorstin, and Thomas Kuhn are among his heroes.
In 2009, the Medical Society of New Jersey passed his resolution
that calls for the nationwide abolition of capital punishment.
The Society is currently considering his resolution to declare
healthcare a right.
Dr. Frier loves flying airplanes. As an instrument-rated pilot,
he has flown over two thousand hours in his Cessna Skyhawk.
The center and strong force of his life is family: His wife, Natalie,
who is a professional sculptor; their two children, four grandchildren,
and five granddogs.