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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Combating Loneliness During COVD-19: Mobile-Assisted Compassion Training for Seniors
(Virtual Individual-level Intervention)
The new COVID-19 pandemic and resulting shelter-in-place policies are likely to increas feelings of loneliness and stress. A UC San Diego research team is currently recruiting participants for an 18-week study program conducted entirely through virtual means, focusing on enhancing empathy and compassion in order to reduce loneliness and promote well-being. If you are interested in participating, click here for more information.
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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.
To My Patients,
I hope you and your family, friends, and loved ones are doing well as we emerge from this most challenging year. Many of us have taken this opportunity to reflect on life and reprioritize if necessary. Over the past decade, I have embraced an integrative approach to optimizing health. I am proud of the medical practice I have created and the special bond that exists between myself and my patients.
With that being said, I will transition out of direct patient care by October of this year. My hope is to find a like-minded compassionate physician who will continue the practice by providing the highest quality of care. If a quality physician has not taken my place, Center for Hormonal Health and Well-Being will close on September 30, 2021. Change can be difficult, but it is also how we grow. I will continue to be a resource for the community and the medical profession through my writing, lectures, and patient advocacy.
In the best of health,
Danielle Weiss, MD
Center for Hormonal Health and Well-Being