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Clinic Address1110 Annapolis Rd, Odenton, MD, 21113
Accepted insurance types
Accepts Self-Pay, PPO

Patient First is an urgent care center in Odenton and is open today from 8:00AM to 10:00PM. They are located at 1110 Annapolis Rd and open 7 days per week.

Patients have given an average rating of 2.5 stars out of 5 for their experience at Patient First.

Nationally, we are seeing urgent care patients wait an average of 15-30 minutes before being seen by a healthcare provider, which would likely be the case at Patient First. As part of the Patient First group, they have a sister facility in Pasadena 6.1 miles away that you may want to consider if the wait gets too long.

If you are looking to learn more about urgent care including statistics, trends, FAQs and other useful information, check out our blog to empower your knowledge as a healthcare consumer.

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Clinic Hours

Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)
  • Tues8:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wed8:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thu8:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Fri8:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Sat8:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Sun8:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Mon8:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Map & Directions

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    1110 Annapolis Rd, Odenton, MD, 21113

    Services

    Labs and Tests

    • Bloodwork
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Flu test
    • Lab tests
    • STD test
    • Strep test
    • TB test
    • Blood glucose test

    Vaccinations

    • Flu shot
    • Travel vaccines
    • Tetanus vaccine
    • Chickenpox vaccine
    • Hepatitis vaccine
    • Measles vaccine
    • Shingles vaccine
    • Typhoid vaccine
    • Yellow fever vaccine

    Accepted Insurance Plans

    Contact your insurance company before your visit to ensure the clinic is in network for the service(s) you're seeking.
    Self-Pay
    PPO

    Ratings & Reviews

    Overall Rating 2.5
    Based on 44 Ratings
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    Quality of Care
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    Bedside Manner
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    Facility Cleanliness
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    All reviews are opinions of patients and do not represent the opinion of Solv.
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    I had a paronychia on my finger but I was afraid that all the clinics would be super busy dealing with COVID-19. After eight days I could take it no longer and I went to Patient First. All of the staff were masked, wearing gowns and gloves and face shields. They gave me a mask to put on first thing. I have never been there before so I had to register but the process was easy and took less than five minutes. They were very familiar with my insurance and assured me that everything would be covered. The nurse and a Doctor Who attended me we’re both very polite, professional, and thorough. After having my issue attended to I was able to get my prescription filled on site and avoid another trip to the pharmacy. I would happily go back in the future!
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    This place is so slow it’s crazy. Even if there aren’t that many patients in the back. You can pretty much count on if you say the words cough,cold or pain there will be a x-ray. Which makes everything move even slower. Why get a chest x-ray without the dr even coming in and listening to the chest. Maybe it would be better if they had 1 or 2 more doctors to help out. If any of you bones hurt they will x-ray yet again then put you in a boot or something else. Then call you later to say you should probably see ortho. I’m saying maybe if there were 3-4 doctors it wouldn’t be as bad as it is. Hopefully
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    Terrible experience. Waiting room had some type of body fluid on carpet and on floor. No one cleaned up. The Physician Assistant was very rude and diagnosed my wife completely wrong. Her recommendation was to go to emergency room! We never saw a doctor despite PA saying it could be a diabetic emergency! My wife speaks good English but the PA spoke very fast in medical lingo. She then insulted us by asking if I spoke Spanish. When I said no, PA rolled her eyes in an insulting manner!!! Wow!!! My wife was not offered nauseous medicine despite throwing up all night. I had to ask for it for my wife!!! Recommendation - don’t go here, go to the emergency room where they have a brain!! Funny, that’s what they recommend too!!!!
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