Center for Hormonal Health and Well-Being is a personalized, proactive, patient-centered medical practice with a unique focus on integrative endocrinology. Dr. Danielle Weiss takes a holistic approach to the patient and their health condition. As an integrative endocrinologist, Dr. Weiss harnesses the physical, social, and spiritual aspects of healing. Dr. Weiss prides herself on spending time truly listening to your concerns and needs. She uses a team approach to develop a plan to address these issues together. Dr. Weiss holds her San Diego-area practice to exceptionally high standards. This is why she has chosen to have a state-of-the-art office, with electronic medical records and prescribing for patient safety and confidentiality.
Dr. Weiss has attended multiple integrative courses (varying from Scripps Natural Supplements conferences to The Chopra Center's multiple offerings) so that she is able to better incorporate Ayurvedic and integrative modalities into her medical practice and be a truly integrative, holistic and functional endocrinologist.
Dr. Weiss is contracted with Medicare, BlueCross of California, Blueshield of California, Aetna Health, Aetna Medicare Advantage, Tricare, CIGNA PPO, Arizona Foundation, Beech Street, First Health/Coventry, Fortified Provider Network, Galaxy Health Network, Health Management Network, Humana ChoiceCare, HealthSmart, Multiplan, Pacific Foundation for Medical Care, Pacific Health Alliance, Prime Health Services, Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS), Scripps Employee Medical Plan, Three Rivers, USA MCO
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It has been my joy to have Dr. Danielle Weiss as my doctor. My entire visit was wonderful from the moment I entered her office to the minute I left. It's extremely refreshing having a doctor come in with a warm smile and express such interest in my problem. Dr. Weiss explained everything very clearly and pleasantly, I left with a clear understanding of what might be wrong and what I must do to get better. Dr. Weiss is truly one of the warmest, talented, and joyous doctor I have been to.
The last operational day for Center for Hormonal Health and Well-Being will be 9/30/21.
Please have your primary care doctor or other medical provider assume responsibility for your prescriptions prior to Center for Hormonal Health and Well-Being's practice closure.
Please follow the directions at the bottom of this page to export your medical records BEFORE 9/30/21. If you need a copy of your last visit note after 9/30/21 you can email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following statement in the body of your email.
I, (first and last name and date of birth), am requesting a copy of my last medical note be emailed to (your email address). I understand that email is not HIPAA compliant and receiving my medical note through email may not be private or secure. (first and last name) serves as my electronic signature.
If you would like copies of labs or imaging at any time you can contact the lab or imaging facility you obtained them at (ie Scripps, UCSD, Sharp, Lab Corp, Quest, West Pacific, Imaging Healthcare Specialists). You can request access to your results either through their individual patient portals or request a copy of your results be sent to you. You can also contact your pharmacies for a list of medications you have been prescribed and dates of use.
If you have used Quest for your laboratory tests you can access Myquest portal and see your results once you sign up. Or you can call 866-MYQUEST and request to have a copy mailed to you.
If you have used Labcorp for your laboratory tests you can access the patient portal with this link or you can call 800-859-6046 to request a paper copy be mailed to you.
If you have used Scripps for labs and imaging you can call 858-678-7500 and select option 0 and ask for an analyst to refer you to the correct department for assistance with creating or trouble shooting your patient portal. You can also call medical records at 760-633-7175 to have a paper copy mailed to you. You may need to submit a medical release form to Scripps and Scripps will send this to you if needed. You can send it back to them by email at Recordsrequest@scrippshealth.org or by fax 760-633-7747.
If you would like to continue to follow Dr. Weiss in the future, please check out the following websites:
There are several endocrinologists in the area. Below are a few options by location. You can also contact your insurance company for a list of providers, or visit Scripps, UCSD and Sharp websites listed below and search for local endocrinologists.
Solana Beach and Chula Vista
Escondido and Temecula
Advanced Metabolic Care and Research
See Scripps and UCSD link below
Please use the following directions to access your patient portal PRIOR to 9/30/21. Check your email (including spam folder) for an invitation to join the patient portal. Click here for an instruction sheet to accompany the steps below.
1. Login to www.patientfusion.com *Sign up if you haven't done so.
2. Click "Health Records" on the left panel.
3. Click the "Export" button on the upper right corner.
4. Export Health Record Options: Choose either to save it in your computer or send yourself an email.
5. Option A: Email to yourself or to your physician. Fill out the email address on top and click "Transmit Health Record Summary"
6. Option B: Download to your computer. Click "Download document (HTML). Your Patient_Summary will download to your computer's download folder.
In the best of health,
Danielle Weiss, MD
Center for Hormonal Health and Well-Being