Never a patient but it seems to be a good facility.
Only level one trauma center in the Florida panhandle.
Physicians seem to be very professional and knowledgeable.
Staff seems to be... more professional and dedicated healthcare providers.
My mother had a very bad accident and was taken to TMH, I can't say enough about how professional everyone was. She was in the Neurology Intense Care unit for 6 days and the professional care we received... more by everyone from housekeeping, med techs, nurses, physician assistants , nurse practitioners, and doctors were the best you could ask for. They all spent so much time explaining everything to the family - Chad Linville was the tops in expertise and care. Especially felt highly of the nurses - wow - just wow - they made the complete difference in my mother getting better so quickly. It was truly life or death and this hospital pulled through for our family. I also can't say enough about the ER staff. It was kind of a "blur" when we were in there with my mother because how critical she was but I do know we felt she was getting the best care. Thank you.
There used to be a time when TMH was, without question, the far better choice for any issues that needed to be seen at a hospital in Tally. Now, not so much. If you have a baby in the Women's Pavilion,... more you have a 50-50 shot of getting competent staff to help you, especially the nurses. Apparently it depends on the shift. And the ER is atrocious, with both wait times and staff competency.
Rate of readmission after discharge from hospital (hospital-wide)
Rate - 14.4% (1.6% below the national rate)
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