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I took my children to this place in hopes of finding a good pediatric endocrinologist. When I first set up the appointment I specifically asked the receptionist if Dr. Weber had ever had a patient with my childrens' rare disorder. I was informed he had but it had been awhile. Once we got there things went from bad to worse. It took TWO hours before we ever saw the doctor, he was nothing more than a bumbling fool who went off track so many times I'm surprised he knew his way back, AND my children left feeling like they had been violated!! He examined my children for signs of puberty and did not bother to warn them what he was about to do. Instead he just lifted my daughter's shirt, tweaked her breasts, pulled out the waistband of her pants, and looked down them and then told her brother it was his turn. Might I add that my children are 14 and almost 11 and this was while they were BOTH in the room????? My daughter was practically in tears and was horribly traumatized by this. After all of this I asked him if he had ever had a patient with this disorder to which he informed me he hadn't, stuttered some more, told me he would talk to other doctors, and then we would see what we could do.
I wouldn't recommend this place or at least Dr. Weber to my worst enemy much less let my children near him again!
CONS: no common sense when it comes to children