Is Dr. Greenleaf a Gynecologist, Urologist, or a Urogynecologist?

No. Dr. Greenleaf has retired from the practice of urogynecology as of 2018 after an injury. We are more than happy to direct you to resources to find a doctor in your area.

Do you take insurance?

No. We do not participate in insurance. Many of the treatments offered at Greenleaf Health & Wellness are not covered by health insurance. When appropriate, we can provide you an invoice that you can submit for reimbursement to your insurance company. We do not guarantee that the insurance will reimburse you for any of the therapies.

Can you bill me?

No. Payment is due at the time services are completed. This helps to keep our prices lower by preventing us from having to hire a billing company.

Dr. Greenleaf was my doctor. Can I get my old records from her?

No. If you were a patient of the urogynecology practice of Dr. Greenleaf, then you are technically still a patient of Hackensack Meridian Health System or New Jersey Urologic Institute and will need to request a copy of your records from those offices. Dr. Greenleaf is no longer an employee of Hackensack Meridian Health System and does not have access to these records.

I am confused. But I was a patient of Dr. Greenleaf, why can’t I continue to see her and get my records?

Medical records are the property of the medical practice. When a doctor is an employee, that physician has no rights to those records. So technically you were a patient of Hackensack Meridian Health System Urogynecology Practice and not Dr. Greenleaf.

Greenleaf Health & Wellness is a women’s wellness, health coaching, anti-aging, and aesthetics business. Dr. Greenleaf is retired from urogynecology as of 2018. You are more than welcome to take advantage of the services we have to offer. Urogynecology care will need to be sought elsewhere. Here is a link to find doctors in your area.

What is a DO? Is she a real doctor?

What is a DO? Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine, or DOs, are fully licensed physicians who practice in all areas of medicine. Emphasizing a whole-person approach to treatment and care, DOs are trained to listen and partner with their patients to help them get healthy and stay well. Learn more about the DO difference here, and​​​​​ compare physician training requirements to those required for other types of clinicians.

DOs receive special training in the musculoskeletal system, your body’s interconnected system of nerves, muscles and bones. By combining this knowledge with the latest advances in medical technology, they offer patients the most comprehensive care available in medicine today.

Osteopathic physicians focus on prevention, tuning into how a patient’s lifestyle and environment can impact their wellbeing. DOs strive to help you be truly healthy in mind, body and spirit—not just free of symptoms.

I have a urinary tract/vaginal infection and need to be seen right away. Can I make an appointment?

No. Unfortunately, we do not provide urgent care. We recommend seeing your primary doctor, primary gynecologist, urgent care center or local emergency room for evaluation and treatment. Dr. Greenleaf and Greenleaf Health & Wellness provides health coaching and second opinions along with anti-aging and aesthetic treatments.

Do you provide after-hours or urgent care treatment?

No. We do not provide after-hours or urgent care treatment. We are a wellness-based business that helps you to avoid disease and to become the best you can be. We recommend contacting your primary doctor, primary gynecologist, urgent care center or local emergency room for evaluation and treatment.

Will I be charged if I don’t show up for my appointment