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Hassan Elnour, MD

Neurology

To schedule an appointment, call: 443-849-4145
Neurology - The Center for Neurology at GBMC
Neurology - The Center for Neurology at GBMC
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ABOUT
Gender: Male
Languages:English, Arabic, Nubian
Medical School:University of Khartoum
Residency:University of Mississippi Medical Center
Fellowship:University of Maryland Medical System

Hassan Elnour, MD, has joined GBMC’s Center for Neurology as a neurologist. A graduate of University of Khartoum Faculty of Medicine in Sudan, Dr. Elnour completed residencies in Internal Medicine and Neurology at University of Mississippi Medical Center, including a year as Chief Neurology Resident. He went on to do his fellowship training in epilepsy at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Dr. Elnour is board certified in Neurology and has special interests in epilepsy and electroencephalography.

PRACTICE LOCATION
Neurology - The Center for Neurology at GBMC
Main Hospital
6701 N. Charles St.
Suite 1630
Towson, MD 21204
Park:Bluebell — (Directions)
Call: 443-849-4145
Call: 443-849-4145
Fax:443-849-4152
PRACTICE HOURS
Mon - Fri: 8:00AM - 4:00PM

Sat - Sun: Closed

Comments

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Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.

I called to discuss how medicine made me feel. We played phone tag, but doctor has failed to continue to reach me. His schedule is more time consuming than mine and has not tried to call me more than once.
Everything was fine.
Both items marked as good simply reflect that this was a follow up without much difficulty. It's not a complaint or poor reflection on Dr. Elnour.
Didn't listen to me that I had already been to physical therapy and didn't need to go again. This won't "fix" my problems.
I have seen better providers. This was a consult visit for a specific problem. Unsure if he completely understood my symptoms and what I presented to him.
He told me to go to ER for Depakote infusion, which they refused, twice. Referred me to specialist he did fellowship under, Dr. [...] who does use Depakote. No appt available [...]. He won't advocate for me - just said to call every day, which I am doing and annoying them, but to no avail.
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