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Nancy Lynn Snyderman was born on the 26th March 1952, in St. Louis, Missouri USA, and is probably best recognized for being a physician and medical correspondent for ABC News, as well as the chief medical editor for NBC News. She has appeared in such TV shows as “NBC Nightly News”, the “Today” show, etc. She is also known as the author of five books. Her career has been active since 1983.
Have you ever wondered how rich Nancy Snyderman is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total sum of Nancy’s net worth is over $10 million, still rising as her salary per year is $2 million. This amount of money has been accumulated through her successful career as a physician and television personality, and other sources are coming from the sales of her books, as well as from running a website, and establishing CarePlanners.
Nancy Snyderman Net Worth $10 Million
Nancy Snyderman was born to Sanford Snyderman, who was a physician, and Joy Snyderman, who worked as a housewife; her younger brother is a physician as well. She spent her childhood in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, where she attended South Side High School. Upon matriculation in 1970, Nancy enrolled at Indiana University Bloomington, from which she graduated with a BA degree in Microbiology, after which she earned a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Nancy continued with medical training at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pennsylvania, in pediatrics and otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat). After a while, she moved to Little Rock, Arkansas, and joined surgical staff at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 1983, with specialization in throat and neck cancers. A year later her career on television began, when she joined the KATV, which is affiliate of the ABC. For the next 15 years, Nancy’s net worth increased to a large degree as she served as ABC’s medical correspondent, contributing to the shows such as “20/20”, “Good Morning America” and “Primetime”, among others.
While working for the ABC, Nancy was also worked as the vice-president of consumer education for the health care corporation Johnson & Johnson, and in 1988 she changed her residence to San Francisco, where she was one of the practitioners at the University of California San Francisco and California Pacific Medical Center.
Following a short break from television, she joined NBC News in 2006, and was the chief medical correspondent until 2015. She contributed to several shows, including “Today”, “Dateline NBC”, “NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams”, and was also the host of the show “Dr. Nancy”, all of which added a considerable amount to her net worth.
Furthermore, Nancy was the sports desk reporter for NBC Sports during the 2008 Summer and 2014 Winter Olympic Games. In 2015 she left NBC, after a high-profile controversy over violating an Ebola quarantine. She was in Liberia in 2014, and during her return she was in contact with a cameraman who had Ebola, and she was obliged to spend 21 days in quarantine alongside her crew; however she broke quarantine rules, and as a result she was fired by the NBC News.
Beside that, Nancy is also recognized for being the author of five books, including “Dr. Nancy Snyderman’s Guide To Good Healt” (1996), “Girl In The Mirror – Mothers And Daughters In The Years Of Adolescence” (2002), and “Diet Myths That Keep Us Fat” (2009), increasing further her net worth.
Speaking about her personal life, Nancy Snyderman has been married to Douglas Myers since 1993; the couple has one child together; she is also the mother of three children. Her current residence is in Princeton, New Jersey.