I suspect these endos would fire me immediately. I stack correction boluses all the time. If I see a 120, even with IOB, a lot of times I redline my basal to 200% to cover it. This is sort of a weird time of year to be making big changes as I, and perhaps many other folks, are flying all over the place with holidays of one sort or another, eating different things. The midweek shutdown isn't helping much. With junior getting herself to school and, on vacation, sleeping in a lot, nobody gets up much before noon or one except me and I'm sleeping in a lot of the time. I've seen quite a few higher BG but am also eating crap, taking huge corrections and eating more crap to get it back up. I presume everything will fall into place. Even if you don't have craziness, it's winter in the northern hemisphere, short days, colder temperatures and sort of endemic societal stress probably don't help BG.
That being said. I wonder about these docs. Part of me would like to get some feedback from the doc occasionally but if it were this sort of absurdity, I'd consider firing them. The current doc, who I told I fired the last doc b/c they screwed up my A1C at an appointment, screwed up my A1C too. A local buddy (hi Wiffy!) has a doc that I'd scoped out previously but I might move on but it's such a hassle. Although the new doc is actually closer to my office, another plus.
During the holiday mayhem season, I'm overriding the pump's cutting correction boluses. If it's up, I figure I missed some carbs so I check out and pump 1/2 the "correction" amount on top of whatever IOB is floating around.
One thing you've mentioned Spock is needing help with hypos, either from Mr. Spock (ha ha, I had to say that!) or maybe even EMTs? Mrs AcidRock reported the EMTS at my last big hypo (2011 I think?) to have been quite handsome but I still prefer not to see them. To me, if that's still happening for you, the doc may be onto something but I've been lucky enough to handle my own stuff most of the time these days. If you're records show that whatever sort of help is needed, one way to fix it might be to nudge higher? I don't like running higher that much as I feel like I have more crazy, nosediving lows when I do that than when I'm running flat. I hope you can get the doc trained sooner rather than later!!