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Cynthia Rodrigues, MD

4.4 out of 5 (126 Ratings)


Pulmonary Medicine / Sleep Medicine

About Cynthia Rodrigues

Dr. Rodrigues graduated from the University of Bombay, TN Medical College. She then completed an internship and residency in internal medicine and worked as a Clinical Instructor in internal medicine at the University of Bombay’s BYL Nair Hospital. She completed a medical internship and residency and worked as Chief Resident at the Nassau County Medical Center in N.Y. during which time she received an award from the American College of Physicians for one of ten best nation wide research papers for her work on weaning patients from ventilators. She also completed a fellowship with the Pulmonary and Critical Care Division of New England Medical Center/Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston.

Dr. Rodrigues has been practicing in the Fall River area since 1997.

She is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine and sleep medicine.

Cynthia speaks Portuguese


Cynthia practices at the following locations:

Southcoast Physicians Group Pulmonary

1030 President Ave Suite 210
Fall River, MA 02720

P: 508-973-1780

Get Directions 41.71413709999999 -71.13876849999997

Insurances Accepted

Southcoast accepts most major insurance plans. Call the Southcoast patient registration department at 844-297-2952 or your health plan with any questions regarding coverage.

Provider Ratings

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Patient Comments (7)

  • She talks with me and answers my questions!

  • less wait time

  • Attention. Care. Thoughtfulness. A wonderful staff in every way.

  • The provider, Dr. Rodrigues, seems to be a good doctor. However, each time I have had an office visit with her I need to wait on average two to three hours before being called in to see her. On separate occasions I have actually seen patients leave altogether because of the frustration of waiting (complaining of being ill or losing too much time from work themselves). This last office visit While waiting another patient actually fell asleep and took a nap. The doctor needs to change how she sets up her appointments to see patients on time.

  • The experience was good.

  • There is always a wait time, regardless of whether you're early, on time or late. Doesn't matter if you have the first appt. of the day or any other time. There is usually a 5 - 10 minute wait in the "waiting" room, then, after vitals are taken by an assistant, another 10 - 15 minute wait until the doctor arrives.

  • One hour past appointment time before I as seen.Not very personable approach.Don't understand why I need to see provider so often.

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