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  • B
    Got triaged by a nurse within 10 minutes of arriving. Then had to wait for a ED room and doctor. The rooms are private in the Main ED area. Once in the room, I had privacy and could relax a bit away from other patients. Doctor and Nurse were extremely nice and helpful. Took a long time to be seen, but it was an extremely busy day. I heard it was busy at other EDs in the Baltimore area as well. Some testing was performed quickly. Then got discharged. I would definitely return again.
    - Beth S.
  • A
    She really listens. She has really good people skills, she really cares about her patients. I've been to doctors that herd you in and herd you out and you mean no more than whatever they ate for lunch. But she's different, she truly cares about her patients, wants to know what's going in your life, is concerned about your health. She remembers who you are every time you go in.
    - GINA J.
  • C
    We arrived at the Patient First at around 7pm, we were greeted and registered right away. It didn't seem very busy. We waited about 30 minutes in the lobby waiting. Then after vitals were taken we waited another 30 minutes. after another 30-45 minutes finally had to say something because now it was almost 9PM and past my toddler's bedtime. A tech/nurse came by to take an x-ray...I said "seriously?" and held up his foot. I mean it was a splinter! I had tried to take it out myself but didn't have the right tools and he was really screaming. I was thinking he needed lidocaine for this operation. Finally the physician came, she took the splinter out without numbing the area, he screamed and cried anyway, she blobbed on some antibiotic ointment and said she wanted to send us home with antibiotics because it looked a little red. We were fine with that, not so fine with the $24 copay? but then got home and realized it was a 4x a day prescription. No way I am waking up this kid to give him medicine in the middle of the night for 10 days. We decided to watch his splinter site and reapply topical antibiotic and if it seems to not resolve, then we'll visit his ped. for a Rx with a toddler friendly dosing schedule. 9:30 pm and we were finally out of there. *sigh* NEVER a great time at a Patient First. 2.5 hours of my life I'll never get back.

    I want to add that this was the PF near Belair and Silver Spring. I have also visited PF in the Hopkins WM building and had a wonderful experience.
    - Tracey M.
  • B
    I went to this Patient First near to my house because it was a sunday when I began running a high fever. I was breastfeeding at the time so I suspected mastitis. I was seen by a physician and some blood was taken for a WBC to look for infection. I had only been running the fever for about 24 hours, so my white blood count was not elevated. I had small lump in one breast but no redness or other signs of infection. I was told I had a virus and sent home with no antibiotics. The next day I visited my primary care physician, was diagnosed with mastitis and prescribed penicillin. I understand that physicians are wary of overprescribing antibiotics, but this was definitely a case where it was warranted. I don't feel the physician put enough emphasis on my concerns and reported symptoms.

    I want to add that this was the Patient first near Belair and Silver Spring. I have also visited the PF in the Hopkins White Marsh complex and had a wonderful experience.
    - Tracey M.
  • A
    Comments: They are good and they explain things too. If I go there for new medication and stuff like that, they will look at the computer and they explain what medication it is and what it does to you and if they see conflicts with any other medication that I am taking, They won t give it to me. They call the doctor and ask him about it. If you ask them when you run out of medication, which I have before, They give you medication they know you are on it by looking into their computer; they give you medication, monthly until you get in touch with your doctor. They won t shut you off.
    - MERRITT E O.
  • A
    They are super excellent. We've been using them for 2 years now. They are super friendly and knowledgeable.
    - CHARLES M.
  • A
    It is very good and I would continue to use them in future.
    - Robert C.
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