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(Watch) #FORPATIENTS #FORDOCTORS #HEARTWARMING — Cincinnati (MDVIP) Doctor sings patients rendition of ‘Hallelujah’ to lift their spirits during COVID-19 pandemic

Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP — Click Here to Listen …

Source: MDVIP; WTVQ-TV; April 9, 2020

Doctor Provides Special Comfort During Holy Week

Featured on WTVQ-TV in Cincinnati, Dr. Albert Weisbrot put down his stethoscope and picked up his microphone to uplift his patients. His rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” is just what the doctor ordered, especially during Holy Week and Passover, when so many are house-bound. (Read)

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Click Here to Listen … (Source; MDVIP; April 2020)

My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness…

“I am excited to be a family physician affiliated with MDVIP. This model allows me to care for patients the way I believe family medicine was originally intended. My personalized family medicine practice, similar to a concierge medical practice, welcomes patients who want to lead healthy lives.

With my training and experience, I am able to care for patients with diverse conditions. I believe in a preventive approach to cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer. In addition, I have a strong interest in dermatology and orthopedics. I am also able to perform procedures in the office such as joint injections, skin biopsies, cryosurgery and excisions.

I try to lead by example. I am an avid bicyclist, skier, golfer, as well as being active in the community; however I must admit, my weakness is dark chocolate.”

Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP

Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP | Learn More …

Family Medicine Physician

7451 S Mason Montgomery Rd
Mason, OH 45040 Get Directions
513.585.1170

Featured on WTVQ-TV in Cincinnati, Dr. Albert Weisbrot put down his stethoscope and picked up his microphone to uplift his patients. His rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” is just what the doctor ordered, especially during Holy Week and Passover, when so many are house-bound.

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