There was a time when every family member saw the same family doctor. A physician who treated both sexes from birth and throughout their lives. This physician had the expertise to treat everyone's physical, mental and emotional health. They provided everything from preventative and wellness care to diagnostics and the treatment of chronic diseases.
Fortunately for our patients, that time is now! By seeing one physician in one location - at Providence Family Medicine - you'll not only save time, you'll have a doctor with a broad, deep understanding of your family's medical history - and a more personal relationship.
Marcy Oppenheimer, M.D.
is a family medicine primary care physician. She works to foster a compassionate, caring environment that focuses on healthy eating and preventive care. Dr. Oppenheimer enjoys helping patients make positive lifestyle changes and address concerns about health and overall wellness. She earned her degree in medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. She completed her residency in family medicine at Georgetown University Hospital/Providence Hospital in Washington, D.C. Dr. Oppenheimer's areas of interest include nutrition and overweight management, diabetes, health-based educational seminars, and preventive healthcare.
Christina Schreiber, D.O.
is a family medicine primary care physician. She provides total health care to meet the needs of every member of the family, from newborn to the elderly, in a caring and compassionate manner. Dr. Schreiber is committed to individualized, personal care and helping families stay healthy. She earned her degree in medicine from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, School of Osteopathic Medicine in Stratford, NJ. She completed her residency in family medicine at Georgetown University Hospital/Providence Hospital in Washington, D.C. Dr. Schreiber's areas of interest include newborn care, group visits for the well child, women's health, preventive medicine, and obesity.
Josephine Weeks, M.D.
is a pediatrician caring for newborns, children, and young adults through age 20. Dr. Weeks builds a team with parents to provide care and guidance through all stages of childhood and development. Her comprehensive approach to patient care supports maturing families. Dr. Weeks earned her degree in medicine from the Cebu Institute of Medicine in the Philippines. She completed her residency in pediatrics at Lincoln Medical and Mental Center in Bronx, NY. Her areas of interest include pediatrics, preventive care, and primary care.