At my GP office, I never get weighed. I have been seeing him, an old fashioned type Doctor, for fifteen years now and he has never weighed me nor has he ever commented on my weight. He does have a beautiful set of matching oak 1910 exam tables, cabinets, etc. that he still uses. Interestingly, he also has no nurse. He does everything himself. He does have one lady who handles the appointments and the bookkeeping.
I do get weighed at my Gyn office. She operates her office out of a 1920's craftsman bunglow style office/home. So, she sends everyone into the restroom, alone naturally, and has one report their weight to the office receptionist. She has no nurses, either. Then, you walk into one of the bedroom, aka exam rooms, and undress and change into a gown. She always has a small heater running at the end of the exam table, so the room is always nice and cozy.
I would never expect to find these old fashioned type Doctors in any large town, but they do still survive in rural USA.
Lady Nurse Teddy, now accepting patients