Jennifer Ashton Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, Net worth, ABC News

Jennifer Ashton

Jennifer Ashton

Jennifer Ashton Biography

This is what you need to know about Jennifer Ashton is an American physician, author, and tv correspondent. She is known as the chief health and medical editor Ashton is also the chief women’s health correspondent for The Dr. Oz Show and the columnist for the Cosmopolitan Magazine. 

Jennifer Ashton Age

Ashton was born on April 23rd, 1969 In California. She is currently 52 years old as of 2020. Ashton celebrates her birthday on April 23rd of every year.

Jennifer Ashton Height

Ashton is a woman of average stature and shape she stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches.

Jennifer Ashton Parents

Ashton was born to Oscar Garfein and Dorothy Garfein. Her father is a New York City cardiologist and her mother is a registered nurse. She has a brother Evan Garfein whose the chief of plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery at Montefiore Hospital.

Jennifer Ashton Husband

Ashton is currently not married she was however previously married to Robert Ashton Jr. who was a thoracic and cardiac surgeon. They had two children together, the couple divorced on February 11th 2017. Robert later committed suicide after two weeks of their divorce.

Jennifer Ashton Children

Ashton was previously married to Robert Ashton Jr. who was a thoracic and cardiac surgeon. They had two children together, Chloe Ashton and Alex Ashton.

Jennifer Ashton Salary

Ashton has not revealed any details concerning her salary. We will update this information once it is available.

Jennifer Ashton Net worth

Ashton has an estimated net worth of $ 8 million dollars.

Jennifer Ashton Education

Ashton studied at Horace Mann School in Riverdale, New York City she studied French and English. She later attended Columbia College where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in art history. Ashton got her medical degree from Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons in 2000.

Jennifer Ashton ABC News

Ashton began her broadcast career in 2006 as the Fox News Channel’s first female medical contributor. She appeared on A Baby Story on The Learning Channel, PBS, and The Dr. Oz Show on Oprah & Friends XM radio.She joined CBS News in 2009 as a medical correspondent, contributing to all CBS media platforms and appearing on The CBS Evening News with Katie Couric and The Early Show on a regular basis. WCBS Radio and its national affiliates continue to showcase her as a featured expert commentator.

She became a senior medical commentator for ABC News in 2012, appearing often on Good Morning America and ABC World News Tonight. She joined the daytime discussion show The Doctors as an on-air personality in 2013. She has been a co-host on GMA3: Women in the World since March 2020. What You Should Know

Jennifer Ashton Dr.

At St. Luke’s–Roosevelt Hospital Center, Ashton finished her residency. She worked as an attending physician at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, a Mount Sinai Medical Center affiliate in Englewood, New Jersey, before going into private practice.

Jennifer Ashton Book

Ashton has written multiple magazine articles and contributed to The Record of Bergen, New Jersey’s health blog. She’s also the author of three books: The Body Scoop for Girls, which teaches adolescent girls about puberty; Your Body Beautiful 2, which covers health and wellness issues in middle-aged women; and Eat This When You’re Expecting, Not That, which outlines a pregnancy diet.

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