I am a board certified Gynecologist who currently cares for women who are at high risk of developing cancers because of family history or genetic disorders known as Hereditary Cancer Syndromes (commonly known as BrCa and Lynch). I also spend half of my time working for a genetics company. My goal is to help women and their families understand their risk for developing certain cancers and make sure they have every screening and prevention option available to them.Read more
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Overall Patient Satisfaction
Likelihood of recommending Dr. Francis to family and friends is 4.2 out of 5
Likelihood of recommending Dr. Francis to family and friends
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Dr. Francis' Office & Staff
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Total wait time (waiting & exam rooms)
16 – 30 minutes(5)
Dr. Francis Says:
People with HMO contracts are responsible for bringing in the required referrals from their Primary Care Physicians in order for their bill to be submitted and payment to come from their Insurance Companies. Patients who forget their required referrals are never turned away, but told that their insurance may refuse to pay and the fees will then be their responsibility.