Benjamin Birdsall - PIH Health - Whittier, CA

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Benjamin Birdsall

Benjamin Birdsall, MD

4.9 / 5 (based on 64 Reviews) View 13 Comments



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12291 Washington Blvd #500
Whittier, California 90606
  • Main: 562.698.2541
  • Fax: 562.789.4340

Hospital/Group Affiliation

PIH Health Physicians

PIH Health Hospital - Whittier





Family Medicine



PIH Health Hospital-Whittier


University of California School of Medicine (Los Angeles)


Family Medicine (General Cert)


Patient Reviews

September 28, 2016
Great experience thank you
September 14, 2016
High tech and friendly
August 31, 2016
Dr. Birdsall is an excellent doctor he listens and does not lecture or scold on health concerns easy to talk to and is very concerned about my questions
August 10, 2016
I had an outstanding visit with Dr. Birdsall and would highly recommend him to anybody. I had a list of ten issues that I brought in and he addressed them all, with clarity and confidence. My only complaint is that it's difficult to get a timely appointment with him - it takes about two months. When I had Kaiser, it usually took one day to a week, maybe two weeks, at most, to get an appointment with my GP. Other than that, I had a great experience with Dr. Birdsall and I'm very happy to have him under my new insurance coverage.
July 21, 2016
That they definitely need to go and visit Dr. Birdsall
June 14, 2016
Couldn't have asked for a better experience. From reception desk, to nursing staff and of course Dr. Birdsall. I would definitely recommend this provider.
May 12, 2016
That Dr. Birdsall listens and is genuinely concerned about his patients and their health. He's a GREAT doctor.
April 15, 2016
April 15, 2016
To go see him if they are not happy with their provider.
April 15, 2016
see previous answer
April 12, 2016
Excellent care
April 07, 2016
Dr. Birdsall is a wonderful doctor. We want to move but don't want to because we'll be out of his area.
March 25, 2016
Dr Birdsall makes you feel comfortable and for me easing my white coat syndrome.