Dr. Darria Long is a board-certified emergency medicine physician, national media contributor, national best-selling author and digital health executive. A Harvard and Yale-trained physician, she distills the science and information to deliver data-driven guidance to make lives healthier, better…and easier.
Dr. Darria appears regularly on CNN, Headline News, The Dr. Oz Show, NBC and other outlets. She is the national bests-elling author of Mom Hacks, and TedX speaker of “An ER Doctor on Triaging Your Crazy Busy Life”. Combining her life’s work as an emergency room physician, patient with autoimmune arthritis and mother, Dr. Darria distills complex information for her audiences to give people holistic, evidence-based and entirely do-able-in-their-busy-lives solutions for their health and wellness.
Dr. Darria is clinical assistant professor at University of Tennessee. She received her training in emergency medicine at Yale School of Medicine and her MBA from Harvard Business School, and previously was on the faculty at Harvard Medical School.