Ratings for Dr. Brad A. Jubelirer
Our now 18 month old child has been seen by Dr. Jubelirer on a few occasions, when his partners have been unavailable. Unfortunately our visits with him (ONLY) have been nothing less than a waste of time and frustrating. He has missed diagnosed and provided a medication that was not proper. He is so conservative in his approach and waits so long “to see what happens” that it almost seems that he is hoping that the problem will go away so he won’t have to the commit to a plan of action. His demeanor and bed side manner are very good till you become an advocate for your loved one and question his logic/treatment. If you are looking for a proactive practitioner then don’t use Dr. Jubelirer and wait to see the other doctors on staff.
Please read this before you decide to take your child to see this doctor: Our 5 week old daughter started having vomiting episodes, so we took her in to see Dr. Jubelirer. He didn't seem concerned, even though she lost 7 oz., and after we explained that her father had pyloric stenosis as a baby. He said it was normal for babies to vomit. He diagnosed her with acid reflux and perscribed zantac. He also blamed the scale for her weight loss, claiming that the 7 oz loss was due to the scale being "off". He then had us make an appt to see our baby in 4 days. We knew something wasn't right, so we decided to just take her straight to the pediatric ER at Yale the next night. And what did they find? They did an Ultrasound and found she had pyloric stenosis. She was so dehydrated from all of the vomiting that her electrolytes were out of wack. She needed surgery to correct this, otherwise she would die without it. He totally neglected our concern. He could have costed us our baby's life.
Dr. Brad A. Jubelirer's Credentials
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- University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine (Grad. 1986)
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