National Minority Health Association
Meet the NMHA Board
Dr. Eric Ritter - Board Member
Dr. Eric Ritter was born and raised in Washington DC. He attended undergraduate school at Brandeis University and majored in psychology with a pre-medical and education core. Dr. Ritter received his masters degree in education and principal certification from Harvard University. He earned his medical degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville Tennessee. His internal medicine residency was at Boston Medical Center and Franklin Square, Hospital Center.
After graduating from residency program he has worked as a hospitalist in the inpatient setting for nine years. At the present time, he specializes in addiction medicine and owns his own addiction medicine company and works as an impatient detoxification doctor.
Dr. Ritter also serves as a certified ringside physician on the professional and amateur level.
In hIs free time Dr. Ritter enjoys church, raising his three daughters, boxing, and service to his community.
The National Minority Health Association (NMHA), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, was founded in 1988. Having achieved its initial mission of ensuring the establishment of Offices of Minority Health in all 50 states, its new mission is to close the disparity gap in minority health care.