Erica Hinz

Erica Hinz, MD, MPH, FACOG

Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics & Gynecology
Division of Academic Specialists of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Director, Ryan Residency Program

Center for Reproductive Health:
Phone: (312) 413-8681
Fax: (312) 413-0299

Academic Office:
Phone: (312) 996-7430
Fax: (312) 996-4238

Medical School Residency Fellowship Graduate

University of Connecticut

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Family Planning,

New York University

Health Policy

New York University


Dr. Hinz is fellowship trained in Family Planning. She provides comprehensive family planning services and contraceptive counseling for patients with complex medical problems. Following her residency training, Dr. Hinz obtained a Masters in Public Health (Health Policy) from New York University (NYU) College of Global Public Health. During her fellowship, she organized and implemented didactic and clinical curriculum for second year residents on the Ryan Family Planning rotation, conducted family planning lecture series for third year medical students, and served as mentor to Medical Students for Choice. Dr. Hinz participated in several advocacy initiatives on access to health and health policy during her residency and fellowship. As a resident, Dr. Hinz received the Apple Award for Excellence in Medical Student Teaching. Her research experience includes a prospective cohort study on “Post-placental explusion risk based on IUD type” and served as co-investigator on “Non-Comparative Trial on Contraceptive Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerability of Pharmacokinetics of FL111 (Drospirenone 4.0 mg) During 13 Cycles.”

Dr. Hinz is fluent in English and Spanish.

Research Grants

Recent Publications

Morgan J, Hinz EK. Conservative management of endometrial intraepithelial neoplasia in a patient with cirrhosis undergoing undergoing orthotopic liver transplant. Menopause. 2019;26(9):1068-1070.

Hinz EK, Murthy A, Wang B, Ryan N, Ades A. A prospective cohort study comparing expulsion after postplacental insertion: the levonorgestrel versus the copper intrauterine device. Contraception. 2019;100(2):101-105.

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