Eve Henry, M.D.
Eve Henry, M. D., is originally from the East Coast and grew up in a small town outside of New York City where she became interested in science at an early age. She was a finalist in the prestigious Intel Science Talent Search for work she completed in high school on the anti-cancer properties of vegetables. Dr. Henry went on to complete her undergraduate studies at Princeton University where she majored in Molecular Biology and graduated magna cum laude.
Dr. Henry obtained her medical degree from Vanderbilt University Medical School in 2010. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Stanford University in 2013. During both medical school and her residency, she received awards for excellence in patient care.
She has a passion for exploring and understanding alternative medical systems and therapies, and has spent time studying with traditional healers in rural India and the Amazon rainforest. Dr. Henry has trained in Mindfulness Meditation and spent one year studying the effects of guided imagery and meditation on women with breast cancer undergoing surgery and radiation. After her residency, Dr. Henry completed a limited fellowship at the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine where she studied Traditional Chinese Medicine and became proficient in acupuncture.
Dr. Henry’s practice of internal medicine with the Encina Practice at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation allows her to pursue her special interests with patients who are looking for a holistic approach to their health. Dr. Henry will continue to expand her education in integrative medicine through the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine while she practices with PAMF.