COVID-19: Your safety is our top concern.
We know that you want to feel confident that you are entering a safe environment when you come to our offices for care. That’s why we have made some changes in response to COVID-19.
Dedicated to the Health and Well-Being of Women
Women’s Primary Care at the Women’s Medicine Collaborative is dedicated to the health and well-being of women 18 years and older. We provide personal, sensitive, individualized care that puts your health and concerns first.
"Amazing experience, from the first smile at reception to the final check out. A smile greeted me at every room. 'Welcome to the practice' brought my nervous energy down and truly made me feel welcome. I have found more than I was searching for! Thank you all." - Meg, 52 years old, Cranston, RI
From routine exams to care for acute and chronic conditions, we offer a wide range of primary care services, including:
- Annual physicals
- Asthma management
- Blood pressure monitoring
- Bone density testing
- Cancer screenings
- Cholesterol screening
- Diabetes management
- Echocardiograms and EKGs
- Health education and disease prevention
- Nutrition counseling
- Pulmonary function testing
- Resources for specialty referrals
- Sick visit appointments
Our physicians are board certified in internal medicine and serve on the faculty of The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Our nurse practitioners are board certified and have been certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Kathy Rebeiro, ANP-BC, AE-C, is a certified asthma educator.
As part of the Women’s Medicine Collaborative, we take a team approach to your care and can assist in coordinating appointments with specialists and guiding you through the health care system. We are also leaders in conducting research that helps us provide high quality, evidence-based care to our patients. Learn more about our research studies »
Shared Medical Appointments
We offer shared medical appointments (SMAs). In this enhanced appointment setting, multiple patients meet with the provider as well as a medical assistant and group facilitator.
Learn more about shared medical appointments.
Patient-Centered Medical Home
Women’s Primary Care is proud to be a Level 3 patient-centered medical home (PCMH). The medical home model aims to meet patient’s individual health needs by providing comprehensive, coordinated and accessible care that is focused on quality and safety. This team-based care model involves patients, primary care providers, medical assistants, patient service representatives and the nurse care manager. Our nurse care manager, Jennifer Nappi, RN, CDOE, plays a critical role in the process. The nurse care manager’s assistance is always optional and at no cost to you or your family.
Patient and Family Advisory Council
Our Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) serves as the voice of patients and families to assist Women’s Medicine Collaborative in providing care that exceeds expectations and promotes Lifespan’s mission of delivering health with care.
Our PFAC provides a forum for ongoing communication and feedback regarding the quality of services provided. Council members share their health care experiences from the patient’s point of view and help us to identify opportunities for improvement.