Erin Rhae Biller, ND, FAIHM is a licensed naturopathic medical doctor. She received her doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University California.
She is the first naturopathic doctor to complete a two-year fellowship in integrative medicine through the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM) fellowship program. She practices in California and Arizona, and globally through telehealth video consulting in her private practice.
She is also the chief medical officer for Feminade, an online concierge for women's hormone and reproductive health.
After receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree at Saint Mary's College in Moraga, California, she lived in Udaipur, India where she solidified her passion for health while working in economic development and women's health through the Foundation for Sustainable Development.
Upon returning home, she completed Post-Baccalaureate studies before starting Naturopathic medical school at Bastyr University Kenmore.
Dr. Biller’s medical education goes beyond the classroom having participated in health camps in Nicaragua, studying Ayurvedic medicine in Sri Lanka, and sponsoring first aid relief during natural disasters. Erin has worked to advocate access to Naturopathic medicine for all through work in San Diego free clinics and in legislative efforts both at the state and federal level.
She is a recipient of the Bastyr Founder’s Alumni Award and a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP). She sits on the Board of Trustees at Bastyr University and is active with the Naturopathic Medicine Collaborative (NMC) as well as the San Diego Chapter of AIHM.
Erin Rhae Biller is an avid organic gluten-free, plant-forward and allergy-friendly chef. In her free time, she likes to find fun new ways to exercise, create natural products, art, and travel the world to seek other exposure to medicine, cultures, and people.