Genesee Pediatrics

222 Alexander Street
Suite 4100 & 4200
Rochester, NY 14607
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Office Phone: 585.922.8230

Office Hours

  • Today's Hours: 7:45 AM - 5:00 PM
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Services Offered

  • Pediatrics
  • Primary Care

About Genesee Pediatrics

Genesee Pediatrics offers comprehensive pediatric services to children under 18 in the Rochester area. Our physicians and staff are committed to assuring that your child receives the highest quality medical care and attention for everything from routine examinations to emergencies. Pediatricians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and other pediatric healthcare providers work in small group practice teams, allowing for a high degree of personalized, individual care.

We provide comprehensive pediatric care, as well as the ability to provide easy access to a wide range of ancillary services. We have a full time social worker on staff to help coordinate services with other community organizations, as well as an insurance enroller to help manage any additional needs you may have.

Pediatric Services

  • Same-day access for most appointments
  • Regular check-ups to monitor growth and development
  • Well visits at 1 & 2 weeks, and 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18 & 24 months
  • Yearly exams after 2 years of age
  • Laboratory services on site
  • Social worker on site (works with schools and community organizations)
  • Convenient access to asthma care, diabetes and nutrition care, allergy/immunology care
  • Specialized adolescent care
  • Care for refugee patients
  • Reach Out and Read program (free book at a well-child visit)
  • Validated parking


To schedule an appointment, call us at (585) 922-8230. After hours and emergency care available at the Rochester General Hospital Emergency Department. Call (585) 922-4000 or (585) 258-3307. 

Our Providers

  • Maria-Elena Banghart, MD

    "Most of the time, the thrill of pediatrics comes from basic things, like teaching children and families healthy habits so that they can achieve fulfillment in all areas of their lives."Interested in science at a young age, Dr. Banghart used to tag along with her father, a family practice physician, while on his rounds or in the laboratory analyzing specimens. She chose pediatrics after spending a year in the surgical department of a children's hospital, caring for burn patients.Dr. Banghart is board certified in pediatrics and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She completed her residency in Pediatrics at the University of Rochester in 1994 and since then has been with Genesee Pediatrics. Originally from Ecuador, Dr. Banghart graduated as a Doctor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Guayaquil, followed by an internship and postgraduate clinical training in Ecuador. She is a native speaker of Spanish and treats a diverse community of patients.Besides spending time with her husband and three children, she enjoys sports (particularly swimming, biking, and tennis), gardening, and long walks with her rambunctious Irish terrier.

  • Sarah Collins-McGowan, MD

    "The best part of being a pediatrician is making an impact on children when they are young and watching them learn, grow, and develop into thriving young adults."Dr. Collins joined Genesee Pediatrics in 2011. A native of Geneva, NY, she received her medical degree from Cornell University. She then completed her pediatric residency and served as chief resident in pediatrics, both at the University of Rochester.Dr. Collins is board-certified in pediatrics, is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and has a special interest in refugee health.In her spare time, she enjoys playing the violin, reading, and spending time with her family.

  • Margaret Colpoys, MD

    "I have fun every day with the children I see, and have the privilege of watching them grow into adults."Dr. Colpoys has been a member of the Genesee Pediatrics since 2005. She received her medical degree from SUNY at Buffalo and completed her residency in Pediatrics at the University of Rochester.Board certified in pediatrics, Dr. Colpoys enjoys the challenge of medicine, and has a special interest in the behavior and development of children, particularly the international health care of refugees.Outside the office, she swims and spends time with her husband and four daughters.

  • Andree Jacobs-Perkins, MD

    "The joy of having my own children during medical school and residency made pediatrics a natural choice for me."Dr. Jacobs-Perkins found her passion for medicine as a high school student, while volunteering at a hospital and school for disabled children. Now, with a special interest in refugees and children in foster care, she cherishes the opportunity to communicate with - and learn from - children and families from many cultures.Board certified in pediatrics, Dr. Jacobs-Perkins joined Genesee Pediatrics in 2000, after an affiliation with Foster Care Pediatrics for the Department of Health. She received her medical degree from the University of Rochester, where she completed her residency in Pediatrics, and has been honored with the Robert J. Haggerty Prize in Pediatrics.In her spare time, she enjoys watching her children's violin and cello skills mature, hiking with her family and dog, cooking, gardening, and reading novels and biographies.

  • Galina Radunsky, MD

    "What gets me every time is how 'kids say the darndest things.' They are my daily teachers in enjoying the little things in life."Born in Belarus and a native speaker of Russian, Dr. Radunsky nevertheless spent the majority of her youth growing up in Rochester, New York. She received her medical degree from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her Pediatric Residency at the University of Rochester Medical Center. Dr. Radunsky is board certified in pediatrics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and joined Genesee Pediatrics in 2013.Dr. Radunsky has a special interest in community projects that help families and patients advocate for their own health. Pediatrics is an exciting area of practice because the transition from birth to early adulthood is filled with crucial changes.When not at work, you can find her hiking, in the garden, doing yoga, or spending time with friends and family. She never eats fewer than three apples a day, or misses her daily dose of dark chocolate.

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