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  • The outpatient psychiatric office (for regular care, not partial hospitalization) is always overcrowded and you will NEVER get into your appointment within half an hour of the designated time. They double-book all their appointments, assuming enough people will cancel that they can serve at least some of them. The office seems to serve the poorest, most needy portion of the Baltimore population- I don't begrudge them fulfilling that function, it is obviously necessary. But I don't suggest you go there unless you have no choice- you will be sharing the waiting room with some of the heart-wrenchingly sad cases you've ever seen, and some of the most unruly, frighteningly psychotic people you've ever encountered.

    DO NOT, under ANY circumstances go to Provider name locked. Bogrov for care. She is irritable, short tempered, and vindictive to the point of having patients forcibly hospitalized for annoying her when there is no medical need- she did this to me, and I know for a fact that she has done it to at least one other person. She is also dangerously incompetent in her handling of medication- while hospitalized, she ordered the immediately cessation of a medication that, according to the manufacturer's own warnings MUST be stopped gradually because of the Provider name locked. of seizures- and I DID have a seizure as a consequence, and hours of painful involuntary muscle spasms afterwards.

    The hospital also violates the law in it's involuntary admission of patients. When Dr. Bogrov called in security to have me "escorted" to the ER, I sat overnight in a locked room, and then was admitted without ever seeing another doctor (which is a legal requirement).  When I was handed the admission form, two doctors who I had never met signed that they had personally interviewed me and verified that I was a "Provider name locked. to self or others." Interesting, considering they released me at the first opportunity- unfortunately I was admitted on a Friday night, and they won't release anyone on the weekend even if it's warranted. So they billed my insurance carrier several thousand dollars for a hospital stay that was absolutely unnecessary. I suspect that the entire thing is a scam to keep the hospital funded. Being in the city, they get a lot of patients being brought to them for inpatient care who simply can't pay for it. So periodically, they'll just grab someone from the outpatient program who has insurance, and toss them in the psych Provider name locked. for a couple days, just to collect the money, regardless if there's any medical need.
    - Benjamin B.
  • I would rather get my teeth cleaned than visit a psychiatrist who is new to me.  I chose to go to Provider name locked. for my primary care because they are supposedly an open-minded, community-based organization.  I was told that I should visit Dr. Provider name locked. to get guidance on a medicine I was starting to use for the first time.  I have worked with psychiatrists before professionally and I think his bedside manner is the worst of all the psychiatrists I have met.

    When I came for my appt, I did not have to wait for very long (it was in the AM).  He said my name, walked with me to his office, and immediately started asking me questions about my marital status, sexual orientation, etc.  He did not say anything about the process of the appointment, nor did he give me a heads-up that he would be asking lots of personal questions.  Yes, even though I knew he was going to ask a lot about my history, moods, health, etc, I still think it is appropriate to ask permission or, at least, warn a person that an appt is going to last over an hour (as mine did) and be full of lots of questions.  

    For the entire appt, he sat behind a computer and typed my answers.  He gave no warning that he would be doing this; instead, he looked at the computer screen at least 85% of the time.  Also, he would sit and type and SAY NOTHING for minutes at a time.  I felt very removed from the whole experience, as though it would take too much time to look me in the eye, empathize, or let me know "hey, I have a lot to type, I want to get it all down, please bear with me."

    I was also put off that he does not have very good office hours--- during my 2nd appt with him, he got annoyed that he had to stay late by 15 mins (5:15!) because I had questions about a new medicine.  His last appt is at 430.  When I said that I prefer evening appts, he told me that I should be able to ask my employer for time off under the Family Medical Leave Act-- as though I want to tell my employer that I have a psychiatry appt!

    I would not recommend going to see him unless you are someone who does not like to have an emotional connection with their psychiatrist.  I have not met her myself, though there is another psychiatrist (female) on-staff who DOES offer evening hours, though I hear there are lots of people who request her (go figure), so she is not currently accepting new patients. I know, I tried to switch.

    Actually, when I asked one of the staff members about the process of switching, she asked me why I wanted to do so.  I said that the other professional offers evening hours, which work better for me, and that I have a "personality clash" with Dr. Provider name locked. .  She said, "I get it" when I mentioned the latter reason, almost as though she has heard that before.
    - Sailor H.
  • I was referred to Dr. Nesdadt by another Provider name locked. physician for a second opinion on what was then a recent diagnosis, which had involved treatment with medication that kept me up night after night and made me extremely anxious, which had not been something I ever suffered from at that time. Dr. Nesdadt did a thorough evaluation, changed my diagnosis and medications and has followed me ever since. I have had true psychological peace since that time. This is a kind, understanding, non-judgmental man who is brilliant at what he does. He has had much experience in his field and he knows how to get to the important stuff without dilly dallying around, yet you never feel rushed or pushed. If Dr. Nesdadt specializes in the area you need help in, I highly recommend him. If he cannot help you, he will know who to send you to at Provider name locked. .
    - Elizabeth S.
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