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Dr. Scott Berkenblit, MD, PhD

Orthopedic Surgeon

Professional statement

After receiving his MD degree from Harvard Medical School and PhD in Medical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Berkenblit completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital. He then completed an additional year of specialized training in hip and knee replacement surgery at Johns Hopkins, under the direction of Dr. David Hungerford. Dr. Berkenbilt is trained in the latest techniques of partial and total knee and hip replacement, joint-preserving procedures for earlier stages of arthritis, and revision techniques for treatment of previous hip and knee replacements that have failed. He also treats a variety of other orthopedic injuries and conditions, including surgical and nonoperative treatment of fractures. Dr. Berkenblit is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, a Fellow of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, and a member of the Orthopaedic Research Society and the Maryland Orthopaedic Association. He has presented at national and international orthopedic meetings and currently serves as a manuscript reviewer for the Journal of Arthroplasty. A native of Long Island, New York, Dr. Berkenblit enjoys skiing, hiking, travel, playing the trumpet, and spending time with his wife and daughter. He holds volunteer leadership positions with the Roland Springs Community Association, the Park School Parents’ Association, and the MIT Alumni Association.

In-network insurances

  • AARP
  • Aetna
  • AmeriGroup

Specialties

  • Orthopedic Surgeon

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Board certifications

  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Education and training

  • Johns Hopkins University (Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD in Medical Engineering
  • Medical School - Harvard University, Doctor of Medicine
  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Residency in Orthopedic Surgery

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Languages spoken

  • English

Provider's gender

Male

NPI number

1144289877

Office locations

Precision Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

14201 Park Center Dr., Suite #410

Laurel, MD 20707

Precision Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

610 Professional Drive, Suite 270

Gaithersburg, MD 20879

Precision Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

221 American Way

Oxon Hill, MD 20745

Precision Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

831 University Boulevard East, Suite 37

Silver Spring, MD 20903

Precision Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

12502 Willowbrook Road

Cumberland, MD 21502

Precision Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

12090 Old Line Ctr, #R10A

Waldorf, MD 20602

Precision Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

5632 Annapolis Rd, Suite 1

Blandensburg, MD 20710

Precision Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

101 Chesapeake Blvd

Elkton, MD 21921

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My complaint is mainly with the what a person must do to get an appointment - In my case, Elkton Hospital ER gave me instructions to see the doctor after an auto accident. The app't procedure is only through the internet,causing it to be extremely frustrating! I am 89,The accident was 9 days ago, but he is in Elkton 1 day/wk! Saw him 8/23/18. Office atmosphere appeared void of empathy, warmth and caring. No magazines or other literature, no wall hangings or room decoration, no soft music or TV. I was given a script for P.T. and have made an app't at ATI Physical Therapy, Elkton
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First of all after the dr saw me and made recommendations. I sat in the room for over 45 mins before the nurse came and ask me had I seen the dr.and if so I could check out.they forgot o waseven therir.then go to front desk to check out,the desk receceptist lady hand me a prescription and said I was done,I ask for my drs order,,she told me to call the hospital and schedule my appointment, well when I left the office I saw the reception lady gave me someone else prescription, then as I reach to call them back she called me to tell me she had given me someone else prescription. I return back to the office and ask them do I need to take dr order to hospital,to help with my procedure?they folded me no.called the hospital.and dr office back,they had lost the order and the dr wouldn't be back until 1 o'clock the next day.i could go on and on .bottom line it was the worst experience I have ever had at a dr, office.the staff is the WORST!!!!!!
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Although I had the operation in Western Md., the Dr. saw me and was very professional. He even complimented the work which had been done. I had questions and he answered them. I am glad that I chose this Dr.
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It was great all ways
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