Eva Zasloff MD, founder & director of tova health

Dr Zasloff is a board certified family physician with a focus on pediatric and women's health. She received her undergraduate degree from Barnard College, Columbia University and her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She completed her medical residency training at Tufts University. 

Dr Zasloff is a leader in the emerging field of the fourth trimester- rethinking how we are caring for families during this crucial life phase in the US.  She was recently elected onto the board of advisors for the 2018 MIT Media Lab National Breastpump Hackathon. She is a co-author of chapters on holistic women's health in Rakel's 2nd Edition Integrative Medicine textbook. During her medical training, Dr Zasloff was granted the FOCUS of women's health award where she created a city-wide support program for pregnant teens.  She has published various articles on pediatric and postpartum issues, including research from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden and Boston Children's Hospital.

She is a mother of 3 boys and has been practicing family medicine in the Boston area for many years. Dr Zasloff is thrilled to have created this new approach to postpartum and newborn care.