Genevie L. Kocourek, M.D. (Dr. Gen) is Board Certified in Family Medicine. She received her medical degree from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and completed her residency at the Waukesha Family Medicine Residency Program of the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals. In 2011, she completed an intensive program at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, founded by Dr. Andrew Weil. She was featured in O Magazine in June 2014.
Dr. Kocourek is the founder of Trinity Integrative Family Medicine, and focuses her practice on integrative care, women’s health, and prevention of disease for the entire family. She has a strong interest in nutrition, bio-identical hormones, botanical medicine, and emotional energy healing. She gladly provides guidance or recommendations to her patients regarding alternative or complementary therapies, developing the best approach to each patient’s needs from scientific research, best practices and patient experience.
Dr. Kocourek sees patients ranging from newborns to the elderly, with a present focus on those residing in the Royal Oaks Retirement Community in Sun City, Arizona. She cares for her patients by utilizing a strong family medicine standard-of-care approach, blending it with her long history of experience with and knowledge of integrative modalities (psychotherapy, acupuncture, Reiki, craniosacral, homeopathy, massage, reflexology, and others).
Dr. Kocourek practices in Phoenix, Arizona area through B&D Medical, part of Blue Zone Medical. In addition to Arizona, she is licensed in Nevada, Colorado and Utah, providing care via telemedicine. For residents of Arizona, most major insurance plans are accepted. Medicare is accepted. Medicaid and other state-funded plans are not accepted. For residents of Nevada, Colorado or Utah, services are cash-only.
Dr. Kocourek and her husband, Terry, have no children but share their home with her nonagenarian mother. She enjoys time with family, friends and her Yellow Labrador, Katie. When her schedule permits, she travels to third-world countries, such as Belize and Nepal, to serve in small or remote clinics. She is committed to furthering her medical knowledge, her medical intuitive abilities and her study of the Human Design System of Differentiation and its connection to health. She keeps fit with hiking, rock climbing, and swimming. She enjoys ballet and contemporary dance performances, marveling at the magnificent design of the human body in all its forms.