Dr. Brigid Mack is board certified in family medicine. She earned her medical degree from the University at Buffalo State University of New York. Dr. Mack began her undergraduate studies at the University of Rochester, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts. She completed her family medicine residency at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and a fellowship in maternal-child health at Highland Hospital of Rochester.
Dr. Mack has a strong clinical focus on transgender affirming care and the full spectrum of reproductive health care, as well as a passion for working with medical students and residents. She has an educational focus on health equity and pediatrics. Dr. Mack is one of the faculty providing asylum seekers medical evaluations through the Capital District Asylum Collaborative. Her free time is spent with her three daughters.