Skip to main content

Gail Feinberg, DO, FACOFP, MEd

Dr. Gail Feinberg is currently a Professor and Chair of Primary Care at Touro University California.  She Graduated from UCLA with a BS in Psychobiology, and the College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, Interned at the Michigan Osteopathic Medical Center and Family Medicine Residency at UMDNJ Kennedy Stratford in New Jersey.  After working at Rowan/UMDNJ while her husband was completing his fellowship, she began her National Health Service Corps service in Southern Ohio, and was the medical director for that center for over 10 years.  She then moved her practice to a community Hospital’s outpatient center in Kentucky which eventually became a family medicine residency outpatient clinic.  Dr. Feinberg then became that residency’s program director and Director of Medical Education.  Prior to her move to California, she was the Regional Assistant Dean for the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (7 years), and continues to serve as DME of the family Medicine residency in Ashland, Kentucky.  Dr. Feinberg has completed the AOA health policy fellowship where her paper “Rural America: I still don’t have a physician” was selected for presentation and received a writing award, has completed the Costin fellowship, and most recently completed a Masters in Medical Education through the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.  She has been married to her husband for over 33 years, has two daughters (a lawyer and a pediatrician), and one grandson.