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Really great staff and very nice great good people we are thankful for the people who work here there kindness and compassion has always been really great
Went in for cut finger, All across and to the bone on pad side. Crew seemed very nice tho in emergency walk in but told to sit and they would get to me, one hour later I asked if I should at least fill any required paperwork while I was waiting, they said "are you waiting to be seen?", well yeah says I. Three hours later I was at last sewn up and ready to leave, no... after they got me in they were not busy with anyone. Yes, I know so!
14 days later as instructed, the stiches were removed, only 4 of them, and the cut immediately opened right back up as originally! Yesterday I get statement from a different state, say I owed them about $28. For the first time, I see that Medicare and my supplement was billed over $1,100. $1,100 for 4 stiches that did not work a bit! I could have used a bandaid! Good work Trigg memorial. Dan Trigg would surely be appalled. I sure was.
This hospital is the best the staff is out standing from the nurse's to X-ray staff to Dr Arnold Atkins who went out of his way to take care of me I have never got this kind of professional treatment at any other hospital in the US good work Guy's your the best in my book i give you a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐rating
Our teen-aged girl, Lee-Lu, had fallen out of bed at our motel and dislocated her knee. We called 911 and an ambulance with three paramedics came. This was on Easter morning, April 5, 2015. The care and concern we received was outstanding. The three paramedics had arrived. The male head of the team directed his two female assistants to prepare an IV to administer a narcotic to relieve the girl’s pain and to prepare her for the next step, his resetting of the knee. He had the knowledge and skill to do this so well that the ex-rays taken at the hospital later confirmed her leg was “like new”. She was able to walk later that day with an elastic brace and crutches to keep her weight off of the leg. In the following days she joined my teen-aged grandsons in all their activities which included walking the campus of Arizona State University, Santa Monica Pier, and boarding a 42-foot yacht in Marina del Rey, California. We won’t forget Tucumcari and the staff of .Trigg Memorial. Thank you.
The staff treat you like family! Amazing group of healthcare professionals.