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#1 of 5 Old 10-02-2012, 09:27 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi,

 

We just moved to Cincinnati and are looking for a doctor.  I'd love to find a family doctor that we can all go see (me, husband, and 3 kids of varying ages).  Any recommendations on a AP friendly, delayed vax friendly doctor?  We are near Kenwood, but willing to travel for someone that fits our needs!

 

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I just started seeing a Dr Huber in Cincinnati OH....he was recommended to me by my dermetologist who is a holistic practicioner. I am seeing him for weight loss but he is wonderful.....very much geared towards nutrition and excersice. I'm not familiar with his view on vacs but have noticed the holistic doc are more flexible about that. The site is www.LMIhealth.com good luck!

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We like Queen City Physicians in Hyde Park. Dr Stephen Cleves is wonderful and so is the nurse practitioner there, Vicki Fritz. We have gone there for years. We take the kids to ESD Pediatrics and they are flexible on vaxing. I haven't vaxed my last two kiddos and most Dr's there are fine with it. Dr Heaton and Dr Drasnin are my favorites. Good luck on your search!
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Thank you both... I will check those doctors out!  


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Queen city physicians are not vaccine friendly in my experience. We tried them and had to sign a paper saying we would vax on time. We use Dr. Jason Mattingly in montfort heights. He will discuss vaccines on the first visit but he doesnt push it after that. He is good and family practice and has other non vaccining patients.He also really takes his time and loves babies smile.gif We like him after trying others.
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