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Menopause care for the 21st-century woman

A first-of-its-kind platform with telemedicine care, evidence-based education, 1:1 support, and a private community.

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Let's smash the menopause taboo, together.

50 million women are currently navigating menopause in the US. While this transition is a universal female experience, it's shrouded in stigma, shame, and secrecy — and it's affecting our personal and professional lives. It's time to change the narrative, because we deserve better.

A better menopause experience awaits.

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Meet via telemedicine with a board-certified clinician for prescriptions, labs & more.

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Access evidence-based readings & recs on top menopause symptoms (sleep, sex, hot flashes & more).

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Get paired 1:1 with your Elektra Guide to ask questions & build a personalized wellness plan.

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Join virtual events with menopause experts, participate in discussions & get inspired.

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1/5 women consider leaving their job due to menopause, with menopause-related productivity losses costing companies $810 billion a year. Join Mass General Brigham Health Plan, EmblemHealth, Reddit, LVMH, and other leading organizations supporting women in the workplace at every stage of life.

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Sign up for evidence-based menopause care & support

Because knowledge is power. And because living well is your right.

  • Meet with a board-certified clinician for labs & prescriptions as needed
  • Enjoy ongoing support & follow-up visits with your care team (clinician & menopause doula)
  • Get a complimentary Elektra membership to access educational content, virtual events & a private community
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Real women, real stories

Speaking up and out is the first step to changing the menopause narrative. We love highlighting our community members' stories, showing us there’s nothing “one-size-fits-all” about menopause.

TRISH S. | Elektra Patient

"In my career, I have banged my head on many a glass ceiling to be heard, and this just feels like another thing that we have to demand for ourselves and advocate for the generations coming."

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OMISADE B. | Community Member

"Menopause is a transformative experience. It’s transformed the way I relate to my body, which transforms my work relationships, my friendships, and my romantic relationships."

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Smashing the taboo starts with science.

Elektra patients get assigned a care team with a board-certified clinician AND a Guide (aka "menopause doula") for ongoing care and support.

Anna Barbieri

Anna Barbieri


Anna Barbieri is a board-certified gynecologist, integrative medicine physician, and a specialist in menopause certified by the North American Menopause Society. She is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science at Mount Sinai Health System and is a member of the Mount Sinai Excellence in Gynecology menopause program.

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Jackie Giannelli, FNP

Jacqueline Giannelli


Jackie Giannelli is a board-certified family nurse practitioner specializing in women’s health with a focus in menopause, urogynecology, cardiometabolic health and women's sexual health. Jacqueline is a Menopause Society-certified practitioner on the founding clinical team at Elektra Health. She earned her nursing degrees at NYU and San Francisco State University, and BA from Georgetown University. Jacqueline enjoys tennis, hiking, cooking for her family, and hunting for treasures in New York City.

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Nora Lansen

Nora Lansen


Nora Lansen is a primary care physician with a breadth of experience in healthcare and leadership. After completing her family medicine residency at the Institute for Family Health / Beth Israel (NY), Nora joined One Medical, where she focused on primary care, people leadership, and the design and implementation of reproductive health services. Nora then moved on to lead the digital clinical team at Galileo Health, overseeing the growth of the team from five to one hundred fifty clinicians, with a focus on delivering high quality, accessible healthcare in the virtual space. Nora earned her BA from Johns Hopkins and MD from New York Medical College. Previously a lifelong New Yorker, she moved to Seattle with her three kids (and rescue dog, Luke) in 2022 and is still adjusting to the overwhelming beauty and soundtrack of the Pacific Northwest (silence, not sirens).

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Get the menopause care you deserve

Understand and manage your symptoms with expert care, online education, and a supportive community. No pseudoscience allowed.

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