OPEN AFTER HOURS; WEEKENDS, PRIVATE, DISCREET, PERSONALIZED Consultation in OUR HOME OFFICE.
New Patient Recommendation $50.00
Estab. Patient Renewal Recommendation $50.00, Care-Giver Recommendation $50.00
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Dr. Lucero Doctor Making House Calls
Doctor Making House Calls is a visiting doctor emergency and family medicine practice specializing in personal care, ensuring a safe and intimate health experience to deliver the highest quality treatment to every patient.
Dr. David M. Lucero received his doctorate from UC Davis and has practiced medicine for the last twenty-six years, specializing in family and emergency medicine. Dr. Lucero started investigating medical marijuana in 2013 and after witnessing the widespread benefits of cannabis decided to retire from working in the ER. He established his home office and visiting doctor practice, Doctor Making House Calls, to provide a comprehensive medical establishment to offer patients intimate, personalized evaluations and 420 recommendations.
Dr. Lucero and his practice believe that getting to know patients ahead of time and truly understanding their medical concerns will result in a clearer, more comprehension path to treatment. Not every individual is a textbook case. Dr. Lucero believes an inclusive evaluation of a patient’s needs is of the utmost importance. Whether visiting patients in the comfort of their own homes during night-time hours or during the weekend, or evaluating in the Doctor Making House Calls’ home office, Dr. Lucero strives to be of service to patients who otherwise have no access to a Primary Care Provider. Doctor Making House Calls’ goal is to provide the highest quality urgent care and family medicine in the comfort of the patient’s home, easing the stress and high cost of traveling to a doctor’s office or immediate care facility.
Doctor Making House Calls is based in Oceanside, California, right off the 5 and 76 freeways and nestled next to the Pacific Ocean. Calling Northern San Diego county their home, and a short drive from the Inland Empire and Orange County, Doctor Making House Calls is proud to serve the surrounding community of Vista, Carlsbad, Bonsall, San Marcos, Fallbrook, Escondido, and beyond.
Doctor Making House Calls works seven days a week, offering same day or next day service whenever possible. They are also available for consultations by phone and provide telemedicine service to all areas of California. Dr. Lucero’s family practice provides a spectrum of Urgent care treatment as well as routine family medicine treatment in addition to medical cannabis recommendations. Appointments are scheduled by phone and often try to accommodate same day appointments with patients in need of a high level of care. Doctor Making House Calls also helps minors accompanied by their parents.
Oceanside, California is located right on the beach in Southern California, and only an hour or two away from landmarks such as Los Angeles, home of Hollywood and the NBA’s Lakers and Clippers and MLB’s Angels and Dodgers; San Diego, home to Seaworld, the NFL’s Chargers and MLB’s Padres; and Orange and Riverside counties. Central to so many landmark locations, Doctor Making House Calls is proud to serve its diverse communities.
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1 person thought this review was helpful
Knows a lot about cannabis and helps the patients to see what they're needs are .
Needs more education in the field he's working in.
2 people thought this review was helpful
Dr Lucero used to be my family Dr in the 90's. I lost touch when we moved but was given his info by someone who had no idea that he was our doctor. He took wonderful care of my husband and 4 sons, always laughed with us, made my boys feel more comfortable than their pediatrician. I feel blessed that I have him helping me with my medical issues. Miss the ponytail though Doctor!
NOTICE TO CONSUMERS: The Compassionate Use Act of 1996 ensures that seriously ill Californians have the right to obtain and use cannabis for medical purposes where medical use is deemed appropriate and has been recommended by a physician who has determined that the person’s health would benefit from the use of medical cannabis. Recommendations must come from an attending physician as defined in Section 11362.7 of the Health and Safety Code. Cannabis is a Schedule I drug according to the federal Controlled Substances Act. Activity related to cannabis use is subject to federal prosecution, regardless of the protections provided by state law.