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Bimal Rami, MD, FACS

Neurological Surgery

Director of Neurosurgery

To schedule an appointment, call: 443-849-4270
Neurosurgery - Greater Baltimore Neurosurgical Associates
Neurosurgery - Greater Baltimore Neurosurgical Associates
Pavilion East
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Gender: Male
Medical School:University of Maryland School of Medicine
Residency:University of Maryland Medical System
Fellowship:R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma/UMMC

Bimal Rami, MD, FACS, is the Director of Neurosurgery at GBMC Health Partners—Neurological Surgery. Dr. Rami earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed his residency in the University of Maryland Medical System. He is a fellow of the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center/University of Maryland Medical Center. Dr. Rami is committed to providing the most advanced surgical care and utilizes the latest minimally invasive techniques and motion sparing alternatives to lumbar and cervical pathology.

Baltimore Magazine Top Doctor (from 2011 on):

Neurosurgery - Greater Baltimore Neurosurgical Associates
Pavilion East
6565 N. Charles St.
Suite 501
Towson, MD 21204
Park:Iris — (Directions)
Call: 443-849-4270
Call: 443-849-4270
Mon - Fri: 8:00AM - 4:30PM

Sat - Sun: Closed


The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to care provider related questions on our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey.

Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.

My husband had already been a patient of this provider. He was very pleased.
Dr. Rami is the most professional and caring physician.
Could not ask for better provider to work with.
Very respectable friendly.
professional and spent time answering my questions
He was awesome!
Very good about everything talk about - now and in the future.
Smiled, very thorough in explaining surgery that was necessary.
The doctor was all over the place with a diagnosis. The first time I saw him, he knew exactly what was the problem. At the 2nd appointment, he completely changed his diagnosis and need treatment.

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