Eric Liben, M.D.

Almost 63 years old

Born and raised in the tumultuous sixties on the upper west side of Manhattan (way before it became chic or wealthy)

Direct “in the trenches” primary care provider all his professional life (almost 30 years), mostly in North Haven, CT

Boarded in Internal Medicine (1982)

Medical internship and residency at UCONN (September 1985)

Three years experience in the emergency department at the former Mt. Sinai Hospital, (now Hartford Hospital)

Became the medical director for Meriden-Wallingford Hospital (now MidState Hospital) and now of a primary care facility in North Haven, CT for approximately three years

Subsequently, until the current time, as primary internal medicine provider, currently co-owner and operator, of an independent primary care internal medicine practice

Member of the board of CMG (Community Medical Group), the group of independent medical providers in Connecticut

Loves to teach students (Yale medical students for over 15 years and subsequently Quinnipiac University students – PA, NP, MA, and occasionally college students) the fundamentals of clinical medicine and life.

Dr. Liben has been happily married to his wife, Leslie (Master’s in social work/family therapy), almost 33 years.  They have two children who have traveled far and wide in the pursuit of their non-medical careers – Sarah, a Peace Corp volunteer for over three years, now resides at the University of Alaska (Fairbanks) developing the Educational Science curriculum for the state of Alaska, and Michael, who lives in San Diego, CA pursuing accounting and business finance.