Dr. Bridget Kaufman was born and raised in Haverford, PA along with her younger sister Kimberly. After graduating from high school at the top of her class, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Wesleyan College in Connecticut. During her undergraduate years, she had the exciting opportunity to study abroad in Madrid, Spain and is fluent in Spanish. Following college, she moved to Washington D.C. and taught high school biology to 9th and 12th graders. This experience inspired her to pursue her true passion of medicine, going on to earn her Medical Degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine, graduating Magna cum Laude. Because she was in the top 4 students of her medical school class, she was inducted into the prestigious medical honor society Alpha Omega Alpha.

After graduating medical school, Dr. Kaufman traveled to New York City for her internal medicine internship at Mount Sinai/St. Luke’s Hospital. Following her internship, she was accepted into a research fellowship under world renowned dermatologist Dr. Andrew Alexis at The Mount Sinai Hospital where she researched the effects of dermatological medications on skin disease. During these prolific years, she published 17 articles and presented 14 talks at meetings all over the world. She has truly helped dermatologists worldwide have the proper knowledge to better treat their patients.

In 2018 she began her rigorous clinical dermatology training at The Mount Sinai Hospital, having completed this training in 2021. She is board certified from the American Board of Dermatology.

Dr. Kaufman currently resides in Glen Rock, NJ with her husband, toddler son, and her rescue Yorkie mix Otis. She has a long love for animals, having grown up with dogs, birds, guinea pigs, and hamsters! She also enjoys skiing, cooking, hiking, playing with her rescue Yorkie mix Otis, CrossFit and traveling with her family.