Are you currently accepting new patients?
Yes! We are welcoming new patients for both primary care (general medicine) and for consultation care (specific issues especially involving natural medicine.)
What are the financial policies of the practice?
Our practice uses a “direct pay” system by which patients pay for their medical services on the day they receive them. Each patient will then be given an itemized billing statement with all the information needed to submit to their insurance company for reimbursement.
What should I bring to my appointment?
1. An updated list of your medications and supplements. (vitamins & herbs)
2. A list of the questions and issues you would like to address
3. A form of payment (credit card, check, or cash).
Where can I park?
There is convenient underground parking in our building. The entrance to the garage can be entered from 5th Avenue, Washington Street and the University off ramp from 163 south. When you are in the garage, please make sure to use the Blue Medical Office Elevators to get to our office. We will validate your parking so there is no charge for the time of your appointment.
What are your hours?
Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am – 4:30 pm. Patient appointments start between 9am and 4:00pm.
What are Dr. Bressler’s credentials?
Dr. Bressler is a graduate of Standford University (Bachelor of Science in Biology, 1977) and Harvard Medical School (Medical Doctor, 1981). He did his residency in Internal Medicine at Harvard’s Beth Israel Hospital between 1981 and 1984. He is currently on the teaching faculty of UCSD School of Medicine and at Scripps Mercy Hospital, where he also serves as Chairperson of the Biomedical Ethics Committee and the Physician Well Being Committee.
Click (here) to learn more about Dr. Bressler’s education, training, lectures and publications.