If from south, take 95 north to exit 74, to north of Mountain Road (152), then right onto Route 1(Bel Air Road). We are right at split at of the Route 1 bypass and Route 1 business.
If from the north, take 95 south to exit 77B to Route 24, towards Bel Air. Turn left onto Route 1 (Bel Air Road). We are located on the left hand side of the road just prior to the Route 1 split from the bypass and business route. If you have passed the 84 Lumber or the State Police Barracks, you have gone too far.
In case of an unforeseen weather event, we encourage you to communicate your intentions and/or availability. We understand that road conditions vary greatly by location, and advance notice of your cancelation may mean we can get someone else in, treated, and safely back home before local conditions deteriorate.
If our office decides to close for the day, that decision will be made at 6:00 a.m.. Once that decision is made, we will reach out to our scheduled patients by text message. If you would prefer a different method, please feel free to leave that information on our voicemail at 410-877-3000.
For your convenience, any weather related schedule changes will be posted on our facebook
page as soon as those decisions are made.
The town of Bel Air is at the very heart of Harford County, and it has seen many changes since 1780 when Aquilla Scott inherited the land. Where Bel Air now sits, there was planned a town originally called Scott’s Old Fields. As the population grew, the town changes its name to Belle Aire, which later became shortened to the current name.
Bel Air is home to about 10,000 people, and it is well-known for excellent schools, safe neighborhoods, and a historic district in the downtown area. Throughout the town of Bel Air, you can see local art with a number of community projects that have taken place throughout the past several decades.
Bel Air Police Department
Bel Air Public Works
Hartford County Public Library