Call Now: 602-307-9919

Dr. Tamara Lieberman – Practicing Internal Medicine

 In Podcast

Dr. Tamara Lieberman is an Internal Medicine Specialist and Physician at Internal Medicine of Arizona. She received her undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Arizona and completed her residency in internal medicine at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Lieberman is a strong believer in preventative care and has a special interest in women’s health. She has been named a “Top Doc” by PHOENIX Magazine every year since 2016.

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • Dr. Tamara Lieberman’s medical journey and one of her most profound patient moments
  • How is Internal Medicine of Arizona different from the previous practices Dr. Lieberman has worked for?
  • What Dr. Lieberman loves most about her work in internal medicine
  • Dr. Lieberman talks about her mother’s hearing challenges and her experience treating patients with hearing loss
  • How the COVID-19 pandemic has affected Dr. Lieberman’s practice
  • Dr. Lieberman shares the people that have had an impact on her medical career
  • How to get in touch with Dr. Tamara Lieberman

In this episode…

What is the value of pursuing a career in internal medicine? While many new physicians choose to enter the corporate space, Dr. Tamara Lieberman is grateful she decided to join a private practice in the internal medicine field. So, what led her down this career path, and what does she love about her practice?

For Dr. Lieberman, one of her favorite parts about being a physician is establishing strong relationships and rapport with her patients. As she says, working in a private internal medicine practice allows her to connect with patients across generations — something she couldn’t have achieved in the environment of corporate medicine. Now, Dr. Lieberman is here to talk about her journey in the internal medicine field and the profound connections she has made along the way. 

Dr. Tamara Lieberman, an Internal Medicine Specialist and Physician at Internal Medicine of Arizona, joins Dr. Mark Syms in this episode of ListenUp! to talk about her work as an internist. Dr. Lieberman shares what she loves most about the internal medicine field, the lessons she learned from her mother’s hearing loss, and the connections she’s made throughout her medical career. Stay tuned for more.

Resources mentioned in this episode

Sponsor for this episode…

This episode is brought to you by the Arizona Hearing Center.

The Arizona Hearing Center is a cutting-edge hearing care facility providing comprehensive, family-focused care. Approximately 36 million Americans suffer from some sort of hearing loss, more than half of whom are younger than the age of 65. That’s why the team at the Arizona Hearing Center is focused on providing the highest-quality care using innovative technologies and inclusive treatment plans. 

As the Founder of the Arizona Hearing Center, Dr. Mark Syms is passionate about helping patients effectively treat their hearing loss so that they can stay connected with their family and friends and remain independent. He knows first-hand how hearing loss can impact social connection and effective communication. By relying on three core values—empathy, education, and excellence—Dr. Syms and his team of hearing loss experts are transforming the lives of patients. 

So what are you waiting for? Stop missing out on the conversation and start improving your quality of life today!  

To learn more about the Arizona Hearing Center, visit https://www.azhear.com/ or call us at 602-307-9919. We don’t sell hearing aids—we treat your hearing loss.

Episode Transcript

Intro  0:04  

Welcome to the ListenUp! Podcast where we explore hearing loss communication, connections and health.

Dr. Mark Syms  0:17  

Alright, I’m Dr. Mark Syms. I’m the host of ListenUp! Podcast where I feature top leaders in healthcare. This episode is brought to you by Arizona Hearing Center. I help patients to effectively treat their hearing loss so they can connect better with their family and friends and remain independent. The reason I’m so passionate about helping patients is because I lost my brother Robbie twice. First from his hearing loss from radiation to his brain tumor, and then again when he passed away. I only care for ears. I’m the ear of ENT, who’s performed over 10,000 ear surgeries over the past 20 years. I’m the Founder of Arizona Hearing Center. I’m the author of the book Listen Up!, go to listenuphearing.com. Also, if you want to look at my practice and contact us, go to www.azhear.com and contact us with any questions or things you wish to address. 

Today we have Tamara Lieberman. She’s an awesome internist in Phoenix and she practices internal medicine at the Internal Medicine of Arizona. She went to University of Arizona for undergraduate and medical school and she completed her residency in internal medicine at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. She returned to Arizona to start practicing medicine in Phoenix, and she’s been named a “Top Doc” by PHOENIX Magazine every year since 2016. I’m excited to have her here today. Dr. Lieberman, welcome to ListenUp! and thanks for coming on. This is great. Tell me a little bit about your medical journey, Dr. Lieberman.

Tamara Lieberman  1:48  

My parents are not medical at all. So they My mom is actually a teacher of the deaf. And my dad is an accountant. And there was never any kind of medical background in my family. So my parents’ friends, I had, you know, there were, you know, friends of the family that were doctors, but it really, you know, I really kind of came to it. Like I said, I think from a love of anatomy.

Recommended Posts

Start typing and press Enter to search