Relationships Matter

At Generations, our approach to patient care centers around the belief that the doctor patient relationship is sacred, and is the keystone of quality primary care. Research has demonstrated that patients who actively participate in their medical care (e.g. ask questions, work on healthier lifestyle choices), do better biologically and have a higher quality of life.

We focus on continuity and building trust in our relationships with individual patients, between patients and families and their other clinicians. By making it our goal to provide a caring primary care infrastructure, we hope to protect and empower our patients, as well as to support them in creating healthier lifestyles.

Dr. Melanie Mintzer
Melanie Mintzer, MD
Family Medicine
Dr. Justin Glodowski
Justin Glodowski, DO
Family Medicine/Osteopathy
Chad Cox MD
Chad Everett Cox, MD
Internal Medicine
Christine Macomber, MD
Christine Macomber, MD
Dr. Ashley Wofford Leong
Ashley Wofford Leong, MD, MPH
Family Medicine
Carinne McKeever Woodworth, MS, PA-C
Carinne McKeever Woodworth, MS, PA-C
Family Medicine
Micaela Riddle
Micaela Riddle, RN, MSN, FNP-C
Family Medicine
Bozena Narula, RN, MSN, FNP-C
Bozena Narula, RN, MSN, FNP-C
Family Medicine
Janine Barreiro, RN, FNP-BC
Janine Barreiro, RN, MSN, FNP-BC
Family Medicine
Joann Sumner, NP-P
Joann C. Sumner, RN, MSN, FNP-BC
Mental Health & Well-Being

Tips for Nurturing a Good Doctor-Patient Relationship

While we make it a priority to focus on building great doctor-patient relationships with our patients, there are a few things you can do to get the most out of your time with us.

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    Bring a List of Questions and Concerns
    As questions and concerns pop up between visits, make a note of them and bring to your appointment. It can be difficult to remember everything you had in mind during your appointment. A list of questions help make sure you leave feeling confident and comfortable that you addressed all concerns.
  2. Take Notes or Bring a Family Member/Friend
    If you find it difficult to remember the details of your conversation after your appointment, consider taking a few notes during your visit. Or, you may want to bring a family member or friend to help make sure you catch everything.
  3. Provide Background
    If you have been experiencing a symptom on and off for some time, it can be helpful to keep a log and share with your physician during your appointment. Your medical history is important, so come prepared.

Schedule an Appointment Today

We offer a wide range of services listed here. Call us at 919-852-3999 or email us at with any questions or to schedule an appointment. We look forward to working with you!