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 “Careers in Med-Peds Primary Care” webinar featuring Dr. Jennifer Genuardi, who practices Med-Peds primary care at an FQHC in NYC

Click Here to watch recording of webinar held on 5/28/24 

Jennifer Genuardi, MD received her undergrad and medical degree from Georgetown University where her passion for serving underserved populations of diverse backgrounds grew. She continued onto complete her med-peds residency at Christiana Care and stayed on a Assitant Chief of Service for IM. She began her career in primary care med-peds at Bella Vista Health Center a division of Urban Health Plan a large network of FQHC that cares for communities in the South Bronx, Corona Queens, and Central Harlem. After completed her National Health Service Corp scholar and loan repayment obligation after 6 years, Dr Genuardi has continued to work wearing many hats within Urban for the next 9 years. During her 15 years at UHP she has established with the clinical education programs from students: MD/DO/PA/NP to new hire NP/PA on-boarding to an accredited NP/PA residency program for the past 5 years. She has most recently under a HRSA grant worked to establish UHP as a sponsoring institution to host their MD/DO residency programs, the first of which will be psych. She is the clinical consultant for all of the QI/QA/PI improvement work and grants from HIV to cancer screenings and beyond. She had been the chair of the Best practices Committee leading UHP to top clinical quality standards and practices of care for the past 12 years. In the past four years she worked from the ground up to establish and oversee a large and innovative telemedicine division that has over 30,000 visits per year and 10 FTE NPP. She continues to see her patients at Bella Vista and Bella Vista Community Health Center as she has for the past 15 years and functions as the clinical director of these two sites overseeing her NPP team there. Dr Genuardi has enthusiastically presented all of the innovative, collaborative programs and projects she has contributed to at national meetings. To relax,  Dr Genuardi runs, reads, does puzzles, and spends time with her three special needs children and husband hiking in the National Parks.