Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP

Family Medicine
608 Reading Road Suite C
Mason, OH 45040 Get Directions
513.585.1170
Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP
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Annual Membership Fee

450.00 every 3 months **
900.00 every 6 months **
1,800.00 each year **

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 welcomes patients who want to lead healthy lives. 

With my training and experience, I am able to better care for patients with diverse conditions. I believe in a preventive approach to cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer. My MDVIP-affiliated practice offers services, including comprehensive, advanced health screenings and diagnostic tests, that go far beyond those found in concierge medicine practices. 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.
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Dr. Weisbrot's Credentials

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Residency:
St. Elizabeth Medical Center
Dayton, OH
1976-1978

Internship:
St. Elizabeth Medical Center
Dayton, OH
1975-1976

Medical School:
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Cincinnati, OH
Doctorate of Medicine 1975

Undergraduate:
Universit of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH
Bachelor of Science, Biology 1971

American Board of Family Medicine
Christ Hospital
Bethesda Hospital
Top Doctor, Cincinnati Magazine 2010 
Ohio Team Physcian of the Year 2010
Medical Advisor, National Ski Patrol - Perfect North Slopes 1986-Current 
Fellow and Diplomate, American Academy of Family Physicians 
Federal Avation Adminstration Medical Examiner 
Ohio
Bicycling, Downhill Skiing, Golf and Solo Vocalist at Events

Testimonials from patients of Dr. Weisbrot

from joseph in OH February 10, 2022 for Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP

in 1991 my then doctor was retiring.Ifound a new doctor,Albert Weisbrot. The first thing he did was to order an Angiogram. The result showed blockage in three heart arteries. Triple by-pass surgery was performed with excellent results. I am 86 years old. Dr. Weisbrot's skilled doctoring, in my opinion has kept me alive for the last 31 years!

from Vickie in OH February 10, 2022 for Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP
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You know that moment when you feel like a person worthy of good health care? It's like that! It's like the caring son or sister is the doctor. It's like all health care should be ... Back to the local doc who knows you. Back to the doctor who loves his practice. Back to the doctor who remembers why he got into medicine in the first place. Back to the doctor who satisfies… See more

from David in OH February 10, 2022 for Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP
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Albert and I go waaaaay back, about 45 years now, I believe. He’s what we call a “mensch,” a real person, a very good person, and a genuine caregiver who cares about his patients. His office staff is also second to none. His R.N., Susan and I, frequently banter and kid around. The fact that she laughs at my lame jokes and puts us w me is a testament to her patience and good sense of humor… See more

from Jim in OH March 28, 2020 for Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP

I enrolled in the MDVIP program with Dr. Albert Weisbrot in February 2019. In April 2019, I suffered a stroke. After my office exam, Dr. Weisbrot greenlighted immediate and comprehensive testing. He called every day and gave me his cell phone number for when I had questions. Dr. Weisbrot interviewed my specialists and provided options in my care. He was my advocate.
Almost a year… See more

from Michael in OH March 16, 2020 for Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP

Amazing how after having 2 years around cardio doctors and help staff the amount of people who are so unbelievably out of shape and unhealthy. Hard to imagine taking advice from someone like that. I use a doctor, listen, challenge and collaborate...there is NEVER a time where this is not respected, welcomed and

Dr Al is unbelievably athletic (68 yrs old +) and is motivating in every… See more

from Barry in OH March 15, 2020 for Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP

Dr. weisbrot had been on my case for some time about making some changes to my lifestyle, particularly my weight. I have two bad knees that keep getting worst. I finally decided to take Dr. Weisbrot up on his suggestion of weight loss. He assisted me and has been with me every step of the way. I have slowly made lifestyle changes to my eating habits and still have to change others, but as… See more

from Joseph in OH March 12, 2020 for Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP

In August of 1991 my doctor at the time was retiring. Through a good recommendation I was fortunate to acquire the services 0f Dr. Weisbrot. Not knowing anything about me, he wanted to establish a base iine. So, he asked me to get on the treadmill. After a few minutes he stopped me and asked me if I felt alright. He put a nitro pill under my tongue and asked me to get back on the treadmill.… See more

from Jay in OH March 11, 2020 for Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP

Over a 4 year period Suffered with a mystery illness I visited trip Mayo and had numerous visits to Al EKG and numerous other test nothing should op. The period would come and go not until a period of extreme exhaustion and a ekg did identify the issue and the fix changed my life. Dr. Weisbrot willness to stick with mewhen other would’ve speaks volumes.

from Shirley February 10, 2020 for Albert Weisbrot, MD, FAAFP

I have been with my doctor since 1976, about the same time he started his practice. His conservative approach to health care has kept me healthy throughout this time. I trust him implicitly as he leads me through the senior years of my life.

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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