Question: What is Waisbren Medicine?
Answer: Waisbren Medicine is a traditional, private medical practice, providing services to patients in southern New Jersey.
Question: Who is the director of Waisbren Medicine?
Answer: Dr. Bud Waisbren
Question: What are Dr. Waisbren’s qualifications?
Answer: Dr. Waisbren attended the University of Wisconsin and is a graduate of Tufts Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts. He served a medical clerkship in Oxford, England, with Dr. Paul Beeson, and a cardiovascular clerkship in Houston, Texas, with Dr. Michael DeBakey. He then served his internship and medical residency at Boston City Hospital. Dr. Waisbren received his advanced cardiovascular training at the Cornell – New York Hospital Medical Center, in New York City. He is board certified in both internal medicine and cardiovascular diseases, and is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology.
Question: What services are provided at Waisbren Medicine?
Answer: We provide both primary adult medical care and cardiology specialty care.
Question: Where does Dr. Waisbren maintain hospital privileges?
Answer: Dr. Waisbren is on staff at Cape Regional Medical Center.
Question: What is Dr. Waisbren’s personal background?
Answer: Dr. Waisbren was born in Washington, D.C., and was raised in Minnesota and Wisconsin. He is the oldest of six children. His late father, Dr. Burton Waisbren, Sr., was the founder of the Waisbren Clinic, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he practiced for 55 years. Two of Dr. Waisbren’s brothers are also physicians. Dr. Waisbren is married and has three children.
Question: Will I have access to my medical records at Waisbren Medicine?
Answer: Yes. We use computerized medical records and provide our patients with a password that allows them to access their records on their home computer. Additionally, we send our patients copies of their X-ray reports and other imaging results.
Question: How do I reach Dr. Waisbren when the office is not open?
Answer: You may call him on this cell phone, at 609-408-8080
Question: Are you accepting new patients?
Answer: Yes. Our policy is to see new patients within a day or two of their first call. If the need is urgent, we will always see a patient (new or established) the same day he or she calls. New patients should bring all of their prescription medicines with them, in their original containers, for the initial consultation. We encourage new patients to bring a spouse or other family member with them for the visit.
Question: How do I make an appointment?
Answer: The telephone number for an initial consultation with Dr. Waisbren is 609-465-1593