Dr. Cynthia Genovese is board certified in family medicine and is a diplomat of the American Academy of Family Physicians. She graduated with her medical degree from the University of Bologna School of Medicine in Bologna, Italy and completed her residency at Bryn Mawr Hospital in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. While in medical school, Dr. Genovese was drawn to primary care medicine, recognizing as a primary care physician she could realize her passion to care for both children and adults by practicing family medicine.
When you choose Genovese Primary Care, you are being cared for by a physician who is fully trained in the most up-to-date and current trends in caring for you and your family. Dr. Genovese’s professional interests include pediatrics through geriatrics, sports medicine, preventive medicine and nutrition. As your family doctor, she cares for the physical, mental and emotional health of her patients and their families, and is trained and highly experienced in all areas of medicine to diagnose and treat a wide range of problems.
Dr. Genovese believes it is important to know her patients. Whether you are 7 or 87, having a trained, compassionate physician who knows your background and specific health concerns will go a long way toward making you feel better. With the goal to provide comprehensive healthcare for the entire family, she develops a personal connection with her patients, allowing for open communication in understanding your day-to-day health issues. With your participation in your health care, Dr. Genovese will get to know you and your family, and any factors that can have an impact on good health.
Family doctors specialize in serving large age groups, are trained in many areas of health and are experienced in dealing with generations of family dynamics and health history. As your family physician, Dr. Genovese will learn that diabetes or other health issues run in your family, which means she will be on the lookout for the warning signs. She knows there are vaccines that adults need, but many go without them. Influenza, MMR and Hepatitis A and B are just a few of the vaccinations adults should have. As your primary care doctor, Dr. Genovese will make sure they are up-to-date.
With superior capabilities and seasoned experience, Dr. Genovese helps patients navigate their way through the maze of healthcare decisions, with prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases in areas such as cardiology, endocrinology and infectious diseases. She is particularly skilled in the management of patients with more than one medical issue, and when necessary, she may send patients to specialists and will guide you to the proper specialist.
Providing preventive health education, medical screenings and lifestyle modifications to three generations of family members, Dr. Genovese is committed to caring for and educating her patients with up-to-date and the latest health trends and information, while encouraging their participation in healthcare decisions, ensuring a lifetime of optimum health.
Dr. Cynthia Genovese, a member of the prestigious and distinguished American Academy of Family Physicians, has dedicated her medical practice to caring for three generations of family members. She is committed to making Genovese Primary Care convenient and accessible to all of her patients. With individualized attention, each member of your family receives comprehensive healthcare from a qualified, experienced and caring medical doctor. Building relationships with patients, Dr. Genovese builds a bond of trust and establishes a level of confidence that you and your family can depend upon.
Dr. Genovese recognizes how hectic life can be. With a goal is to provide patients with the highest standards of medical care and personal service available, the focus is on listening to patients and answering all concerns in a welcoming, friendly and comfortable environment.
Providing you and your family members with outstanding healthcare expertise, Dr. Genovese addresses specific healthcare needs and health concerns by educating patients with the most up-to-date and latest trends in family medicine while caring for her patients with superior capabilities and preventive measures. With the goal to maintain the health and well-being of each her patients, each individual patient at Genovese Primary Care is uniquely cared for and encouraged to participate in their own healthcare decisions.
At Genovese Primary Care, we believe in long-term relationships with our patients, nurturing your health and well-being. Promoting personal and family health through caring, education and disease prevention, Dr. Genovese strives to maintain the health and well-being of each member of your family. By addressing health issues and following through with specific and general preventive measures, your good health and the health of the community is Dr. Genovese’s highest priority.
The medical staff at Genovese Primary Care takes pride in seeing you promptly and treating you in a caring and respectful patient-focused medical office. We want you to feel confident that when you choose Genovese Primary Care, you are being cared for with the individualized attention you and your family need to manage health concerns to maintain your good health and the good health of your family.
1. What Are Your Office Hours?
Our office hours are:
Monday and Wednesday 9am – 5pm
Tuesday and Thursday 11am – 7pm
Friday 9:00 am – 2:30pm
We are closed on the following Holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
2. Are you accepting new patients?
Yes, we are accepting new patients from the age of seven and older, under most plans with the exception of Medicaid. Please verify that we are contracted with your insurance plans.
3. How can I schedule an appointment?
Appointments may only be scheduled by calling our office at 609-245-0416 or use our website online appointment request to schedule appointment online.
4. What insurances does Genovese Primary Care accept?
Cigna Health Spring
5. What should I do to prepare for my first visit?
Please bring the following items with you to your appointment:
6. What is the best way to get a prescription refill?
Our goal is to handle prescription requests within 24 hours, please plan ahead.
Refills can be obtained several ways.
7. Why don't I have more refills on prescriptions that I take regularly?
The doctors will prescribe enough medication for you to last until your next recommended visit. The doctor will want to check you periodically depending on your diagnosis.
8. What do I do in case of an emergency?
In the case of an emergency, call 911. Our office welcomes same day visits for non-emergent urgent care problems.
9. Will my visit be covered by insurance? Most visits are covered by insurance. Depending on your insurance there may be a designated co-payment for the visit.
10. What should I include when I describe a symptom to my doctor?
Your description should include what the symptom is, when it started, when it occurs, how long it lasts, how often you have it, and anything that makes it worse or better. Try to be as specific as possible.
11. How long does it take to get in to see the doctor for a sick visit verses a physical?
Once you have established as a patient with us, we strive to see sick adult patients within a 24 hour period. Sick children will be seen same day, unless you call late in the day and then we will see them the next morning. Well adult physicals can be scheduled on a first available basis.
12.What is your policy for canceling appointments, and can I do it online?
Our office policy is that appointments that are cancelled on the same day as the appointment MAY be subject to our $35.00 cancellation fee. Patients that fail to show up for their scheduled appointment without prior notice WILL be charged $35.00. We ask that you DO NOT cancel appointments online. Please call our office to cancel any appointments, so that we are able to help you reschedule at that time.
13. Can I email questions to my doctor and will they respond to me via email?
Due to the fact that no email is ever truly secure, it is if you choose to email our doctors with personal information and/or questions, it will be noted in your medical record and you will receive a call back from a nurse or the doctor.
14. I get frequent sinus infections or urinary tract infections and know which medicines work for me. If I call in, do I have to make an appointment every time to see the doctor or will they call something in for me?
Although we understand it is not always convenient to come in, we feel it is not wise to treat any patients’ symptoms over the phone in the event something may be missed in translations or unseen. Please use our online appointment request form at the lowest section of this website or call the office to request an appointment with Dr. Genovese.
15. Do you take Workers Comp? No, your employer has a contract with Workers Compensation doctors. Contact your Human Resources department regarding Workers Compensation related questions.
16. Do you file Motor Vehicle claims?
Yes, you will need to provide your Auto insurance card / policy number, accident claim number / accident report, claims mailing address, adjusters name and phone number.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions. Include the patient’s name in the subject of your email. This email is intended for NON-URGENT, NON-MEDICAL communication only. We will reply to questions submitted via email within 3 business days.
If you need an immediate response to your question, please call to speak with a member of our office staff. For all questions directly related to your health, call the office at 609-245-0416
If this is a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 immediately.
Genovese Primary Care promises to provide professional, compassionate care to three generations of family members by emphasizing preventive health and education, medical screenings and lifestyle modifications to ensure a lifetime of optimal health. Providing superior quality and individualized attention, we take pride in seeing you promptly in a caring and respectful fashion, focusing on the whole body, while treating the health and well being of each patient.
With an emphasis on preventive health education, medical screenings and lifestyle modifications to ensure a lifetime of optimal health, we take the time to provide you with information regarding your medical care and encourage your participation in healthcare decisions. We recognize the importance of the technical and scientific aspects of healthcare delivery and are committed to balancing this with personal, attentive care when you need it.