Meet the people who make Freelancers Medical work for you.

Dr. Thomas Goforth, D.O.

Dr. Thomas Goforth, D.O.

Dr. Thomas Goforth, D.O.

Medical Director, Collective Primary Care

As the Medical Director of Collective Primary Care,
Dr. Thomas Goforth, D.O., is passionate about helping patients of all ages improve their health naturally and holistically.

A board-certified family medicine physician, Dr. Goforth earned his medical degree from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency at Mount Sinai School of Medicine at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center. Out of a desire to reach communities with limited access to healthcare, Dr. Goforth has worked in community health centers in the south Bronx, as Associate Medical Director of the Soundview Health Care Network, and most recently as Health and Wellness Director for the Institute for Family Health.

Each year he leads a medical mission to El Salvador to help care for those in need. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) and the New York County Medical Society. An avid athlete, he has a particular interest in nutrition and fitness, and enjoys hiking, cycling, running, playing baseball, and spending time outdoors whenever possible.

Sara Horowitz

Sara Horowitz

Sara Horowitz

Founder & Executive Director, Freelancers Union

Sara founded Freelancers Union nearly two decades ago to help the new freelance workforce come together as a community, work together to solve problems and create opportunity.

It's why the MacArthur Foundation called her a "Genius" and the World Economic Forum called her a "Global Leader to Watch." It's why she started the Freelancers Union, which helps supply benefits to tens of thousands of New Yorkers. It's why the federal government loaned $340 million to Freelancers Union-sponsored CO-OPs to bring nonprofit, member-driven health care to New York, New Jersey, and Oregon as part of the mission to provide the best benefits and resources for freelancers to create meaningful independence.

And it's why Sara knew the next step was a bricks-and-mortar, primary care practice serving the complete health needs of New York's freelancers.