Patient First-Bel Air

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  • 560 W Macphail Rd

    Bel Air, MD 21014

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  • 410-638-6480

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I was seen by Doctor Noon.
My experience at Patient First - Bel Air was by far my best visit to a doctor ever!
From the time I got there to the time I left they moved the process forward very quickly, and cheerfully.
I had a girly exam done and the docotr told me a funny story that made me laugh during the exam...it was over before I knew it. They made me feel very comfortable and I would recommend them to any of my firends!

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I was seen by Doctor Noon.
My experience at Patient First - Bel Air was by far my best visit to a doctor ever!
From the time I got there to the time I left they moved the process forward very quickly, and cheerfully.
I had a girly exam done and the docotr told me a funny story that made me laugh during the exam...it was over before I knew it. They made me feel very comfortable and I would recommend them to any of my firends!

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I went to Patient First because I had been feeling so weak and had a hard time getting air in. I felt like I was having frequent feelings of suffocation and I couldn't get my airway to open up. I was scared and figured that I had the swine flu or maybe bronchitis because I quit smoking. I was having shooting pains in various areas of my chest also. I was confronted by an obviously annoyed PA who started out making fun of me ( I felt) because I was having 'chest pain' and shouldn't I be having an EKG instead of worrying about my breathing. The chest involves front,back,sides ie the entire thorax. I had to explain to him that I was having shooting pains in various areas of my chest because of a possible infection and that I didn't feel it was cardiac related at all. I was thinking what is wrong with this guy? I didn't realize he was making fun of me, as I was sick. He did order a CXR and a nebulizer tx. I needed those. A peak flow was done and the results, as I was told, were based on my age. CXR done and results explained to me as "overall good for my age". And what is the whole world talking about and scared of? H1N1. And I didn't even get checked so I could at least let my family know so they could be treated. What a mess! And my care was based on my age not who I am and what my overall normal health is. That is dangerous! I left a message for the MD this PA works under so I can get my x-ray looked at by someone with knowledge and let the MD know that this certain PA needs some more education. I asked for something to calm me down because when you feel like you can't get air in it makes you kind of nervous. You would have thought that I asked for some heroin. Here is my message to this PA : Always make an indivualized care plan, age is important, but the person herself may be older or younger for her age. An O2 sat of 95% is getting a little low for a healthy person. Bronchodilators open the airways and CXR's should be read according to carefully assessing for abnormalities, not age. Give the person who is scared cause she feels she can't breathe at least one pill to calm her down and send her to the ER since you are totally incapable of handling a simple situation which could have turned into something awful. Don't flare your nostrils when the pt asks a question, don't be so annoyed and angry, be careful or you might end up with a big lawsuit after killing someone. This is just my opinion of my experience.Charlene

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I went to Patient First because I had been feeling so weak and had a hard time getting air in. I felt like I was having frequent feelings of suffocation and I couldn't get my airway to open up. I was scared and figured that I had the swine flu or maybe bronchitis because I quit smoking. I was having shooting pains in various areas of my chest also. I was confronted by an obviously annoyed PA who started out making fun of me ( I felt) because I was having 'chest pain' and shouldn't I be having an EKG instead of worrying about my breathing. The chest involves front,back,sides ie the entire thorax. I had to explain to him that I was having shooting pains in various areas of my chest because of a possible infection and that I didn't feel it was cardiac related at all. I was thinking what is wrong with this guy? I didn't realize he was making fun of me, as I was sick. He did order a CXR and a nebulizer tx. I needed those. A peak flow was done and the results, as I was told, were based on my age. CXR done and results explained to me as "overall good for my age". And what is the whole world talking about and scared of? H1N1. And I didn't even get checked so I could at least let my family know so they could be treated. What a mess! And my care was based on my age not who I am and what my overall normal health is. That is dangerous! I left a message for the MD this PA works under so I can get my x-ray looked at by someone with knowledge and let the MD know that this certain PA needs some more education. I asked for something to calm me down because when you feel like you can't get air in it makes you kind of nervous. You would have thought that I asked for some heroin. Here is my message to this PA : Always make an indivualized care plan, age is important, but the person herself may be older or younger for her age. An O2 sat of 95% is getting a little low for a healthy person. Bronchodilators open the airways and CXR's should be read according to carefully assessing for abnormalities, not age. Give the person who is scared cause she feels she can't breathe at least one pill to calm her down and send her to the ER since you are totally incapable of handling a simple situation which could have turned into something awful. Don't flare your nostrils when the pt asks a question, don't be so annoyed and angry, be careful or you might end up with a big lawsuit after killing someone. This is just my opinion of my experience.Charlene

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Patient First in Bel Air, MD has to have the worst doctors ever. I went in with my 23 year old daughter for a vaginal infection. The doctor there told her after the examine and before the results were back that she must have sugar diabetes or she was HIV positive. Oh My God, imagine how horrified we were. Well she is neither, she had a bacterial infection cleared up by a common antibiotic. She has neither sugar diabetes nor is she HIV possitive.
238.00 for absolutely nothing. Please welcome to Doc in a box. I will never go there again not will I refer anyone to them.

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Patient First in Bel Air, MD has to have the worst doctors ever. I went in with my 23 year old daughter for a vaginal infection. The doctor there told her after the examine and before the results were back that she must have sugar diabetes or she was HIV positive. Oh My God, imagine how horrified we were. Well she is neither, she had a bacterial infection cleared up by a common antibiotic. She has neither sugar diabetes nor is she HIV possitive.
238.00 for absolutely nothing. Please welcome to Doc in a box. I will never go there again not will I refer anyone to them.

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This place is great if you need an evening/weekend visit or cannot be seen by your doctor. It is first come first served, though, no appointments are taken. If you see a doctor or care giver that you like, you can call their number and listen to the schedule to see when they will be on duty again. If you do that, tell the receptionist that it is a follow-up with that person and they will get you in with him/her. That might make the wait a little longer but it is your health we are talking about here :)

On a funny note, one time I took a magazine from the lobby into the exam room to read while I waited. Well, the doctor stopped by and the first thing he said was not to read those magazines, as sick people have touched them and coughed on them. I had never thought about that until that moment (which was a few years ago) and now I NEVER read the mags in waiting rooms!

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This place is great if you need an evening/weekend visit or cannot be seen by your doctor. It is first come first served, though, no appointments are taken. If you see a doctor or care giver that you like, you can call their number and listen to the schedule to see when they will be on duty again. If you do that, tell the receptionist that it is a follow-up with that person and they will get you in with him/her. That might make the wait a little longer but it is your health we are talking about here :)

On a funny note, one time I took a magazine from the lobby into the exam room to read while I waited. Well, the doctor stopped by and the first thing he said was not to read those magazines, as sick people have touched them and coughed on them. I had never thought about that until that moment (which was a few years ago) and now I NEVER read the mags in waiting rooms!

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