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Amazing service. The staff is super friendly, professional, and very efficient. The Emergency Room had my Dad checked in and receiving care within 5 minutes. Having just moved here two days ago, we did not know what to expect. I feel so blessed to live close to such an amazing hospital with service like I have never experienced. Every staff member appears to love working here and caring for patients and their family.
Absolutely love the pediatric doctors. She was amazing. The nurses were amazing. My 9 year old had to have blood drawn and she was so patient with her. Doctors were very thorough, which I like. I don’t like 10 minute appointments. If I have questions I want them answered and not to be rushed out the room.
Speaking from over 40 years experience, from the E.R. waiting times (even if you are truly having what constitutes an emergency, rather than something that COULD potentially wait until a weekday visit to your PCP, to the insane wait times when you ACTUALLY have an appointment with one of their staff physicians (more often than not a Nurse Practioner, cheaper to pay for them), and having to register as an OUTPATIENT and then wait for almost an hour to have your blood drawn, this is UNACCEPTABLE!’ Our time is money just like theirs!
My husband was seen in the emergency department for a collapse at work. The rapid response team, Dr Harris, John Jarvis RN, and the rest of the staff were amazing. They answered questions, and discussed treatment options with us. The care couldn't have been better.
Based on my experience with two members of my family -
do not allow a Dr. with the last name "Singa..." (there is a Mr. and a Mrs.) to be in charge of your care or the care of any member of your family.
Neither provided the care you would expect from a responsible Dr - and delayed the recovery of both family members (one to the level of needing surgery and the other resulting in a case of depression).
I would avoid TRMC if it allows Drs of this caliber on staff.