Dr. Maurice Bell MD, MPH, is a highly-trained internist specializing in preventative medicine and nutrition. He is proud to maintain a philosophy of prevention
throughout his private practice so that patients can lead healthier lives and detect diseases earlier.
Helping patients take an active role in their care has had a profound effect on his visitors within the Long Beach area. A kind and professional provider, Dr. Bell is renowned for listening to patients’ concerns and closely explaining their healthcare needs. He specializes in solving challenging diagnostic problems, and he even offers alternative methods for patients’ treatment.
In order to pursue his medical degree, Dr. Bell attended the University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine. He continued his medical education at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health, completing his master’s degree in public health. From there, Dr. Bell completed his residency training in internal medicine at the University of Washington. Dr. Bell is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, and is a member of both the American Medical Association and California Association.
In his spare time Dr. Bell loves to be physically active. He is an avid reader, and loves to catch live musical performances as much as he can. Above all, he cherishes his time with his precious daughter.
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Patient Reviews for Maurice Bell, MD, MPH
More than a year agoby a Verified Patient
I felt like he wasn't listening and has no interest in delving into the root of my problems. I was fighting back tears the entire visit because I was so frustrated. I know my body better then him and I am trying to tell you how I feel but he was not interested in hearing it. A waste of my time. If you want someone to really help you its not him.
More than a year agoby Brenda L. (Verified Patient)
I think I'll keep him as my doctor for the rest of my life! Thank you!