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CEO Thoughts: Gennev telemedicine for women expands to offer primary care

Last updated on October 10, 2020
CEO Thoughts: Gennev telemedicine for women expands to offer primary care

Many of us are living under orders to shelter at home which makes getting the health care we need – physical, emotional and behavioral – challenging.

Clinics are postponing non-critical appointments, gyms are closed, and having enough prescription medication on hand is on the minds of many.

Gennev started as — and will always be — an online clinic for women in menopause, offering telemedicine access to OB/GYNs and behavioral health coaches, registered dietitians and exercise physiologists.

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, we are expanding our services to offer primary care. Read the blog.

Many of our doctors are experienced Primary Care Practitioners (PCPs) in addition to having specialty in OB/GYN, and they are stepping up their hours and services to address your concerns beyond gynecology issues.

Coughs, fevers, shortness of breath are on the minds of every person. Having ready access to a PCP for medical guidance from the safety of your home is what our team can offer.

We’ve also expanded our gynecology services to women of all ages. If you think you have a yeast infection or need birth control prescriptions refilled, access our team of OB/GYNs for that type of care too.

Here’s a list of Gennev’s telemedicine services.

You can book by appointment or get unlimited concierge access to doctors and health coaches by signing up for a HealthFix membership.

Share this article with your friends and family. Personally, I don’t need the care of a doctor now, but I like knowing that I have a resource on hand. I want more women to have the security of knowing she’s covered if and when she needs it.

Over the weekend, we received a question from a woman concerned about her body temperature. She didn’t know if she was flashing or if it was a fever.

We all have a heightened sense of concern right now, and that’s normal. Let’s help one another out by sharing factual resources.

Stay safe!

Jill Angelo