This week, Nadine talks with Dr. Nicole M. Haig about the physiological and emotional benefits of sex, common questions about sex and sexuality, and the fact that sex is a gift that is given to both women and men!
Nicole M. Haig MD
Nicole Haig was born in Brooklyn, New York, the daughter of Jamaican immigrants. She attended Dartmouth College for her undergraduate education, then the State University of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn for medical school. Dr. Haig attended Emory University for her residency training. She is board certified in Emergency Medicine and has practiced in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Virginia, St. Croix, and Jamaica over the past sixteen years. Dr. Haig been an Emergency Department Medical Director at two different facilities in Georgia. She is currently working on her MBA at the Emory Goizueta School of Business.
Dr. Haig works as a faculty advisor with college students and travels with them to countries including China, Australia and the United States to learn about medicine and science. She volunteers her services with medical missions to Jamaica each summer. Dr. Haig also volunteers countless hours doing free physicals and other community service for students including those who participate in the Special Olympics. Dr. Haig was a CDC medical officer at the Atlanta-Hartsfield International Airport Quarantine station. She worked to screen patients with potential Ebola exposure.
Dr. Haig regularly lectures other medical personnel, including nurses and EMS about varying relevant medical topics. She does public speaking on Women’s Health, Understanding Women’s Sexuality and Sensuality as well as Balancing Career and Family. In recent years, Dr. Haig has moved into media, including working on Untold Stories of the ER, on Discovery Health & TLC over the past seven seasons. She was also the medical consultant for Complications, a drama series on the USA network.
Dr. Haig is passionate about teaching “the masses” to take better care of themselves physically, emotionally, spiritually and financially. She believes that in order for people to achieve that, they must be able to access and utilize the resources afforded to them. Dr. Haig’s goal is to empower people with the information and means to make those positive changes in their lives. Dr. Haig’s greatest legacy is her four children who keep her grounded and focused everyday!