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We are thinking about switching endocrinologists for our son. He is currently being seen at Children's Hospital, but a practice East of the Caldecott would be much more convenient. Can anyone recommend a great endocrinologist with whom we could develop a relationship for his long term care? Dealing with Diabetes
Can anyone recommend a top-notch pediatric endocrinologist, OTHER than at Kaiser? Our daughter suffers from precocious puberty, so we would be especially interested in someone with deep expertise in this condition. Three names we've been given are Doctors Bhatia, Conrad, and Olson, but we'd love information about anyone at all. Thanks very much! Anonymous
I took my daughter to Dr. Conrad for a different issue after hearing wonderful things about her from other families. She was warm, compassionate, and very thorough. She listened to all of my concerns and although we did not leave with answers, she continued to investigate and followed-up with me even after it was clear it was not an endocrinology issue.
I have been to many excellent specialists over the years for my son's medical issues and place Susan Conrad at top of that list. Mary
Does anyone have an recommendations for a pediatric endocrinologist? My youngest daughter is currently being seen by a wonderful endocrinologist at Kaiser Oakland (Dr. Yvette Fan), but our insurance is changing and we have to leave Kaiser. I saw one outdated posting on the website, and wondered if anyone has any more recent experiences? Thanks in advance for your response Maggie
My 6 year old daughter might have some hormonal disorders. I need to take her to a pediatric endocrinologist. I have read the various responses regarding Dr. John Linfoot and most refer to Dr. John Linfoot Sr. Does anyone have any information about Dr. John Linfoot Jr. in Oakland or Dr. Robert Lustig at UCSF? If so, please let me know what your experience is or was. Thank you so very much. A worried mother.
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