info on fort sanders hos and a knoxvi...

info on fort sanders hos and a knoxville doc?

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wondering

Hazard, KY

#1 Jul 27, 2009
hey im from ky and im schudule for surgery to have a tumor removed from my head and a very small portion of my skull rebuilt next mth and i was wondering if anyone knows anything the fort sanders hos and dr. ingram. or if anyone has ever had medical conditions treated by the hosiptal or doctor?
just me

Knoxville, TN

#2 Jul 28, 2009
I don't know Dr Ingram, but have been more than happy with Fort Sanders hospital and the way it has treated me and any of my family members in the past.
Little Fern

Springfield, TN

#3 Jul 28, 2009
I've had two surgeries at Fort Sanders and was treated very well on both occasions. The staff is great!
Dad

Knoxville, TN

#4 Jul 28, 2009
Wow... not what I expected based on the headline...LoL

Seriously, though.. Never had a problem at Ft Sanders... hospital staff very nice, did a good job.
wondering

Hazard, KY

#5 Jul 28, 2009
Dad wrote:
Wow... not what I expected based on the headline...LoL
Seriously, though.. Never had a problem at Ft Sanders... hospital staff very nice, did a good job.
what was you expecting..lol..but thanks to those the replied. from what the doc said its not going to be a touch precedure but its still a major one.actually im scared to death thats the reason i was asking about it.
BEEN THERE

Utica, KY

#6 Jul 28, 2009
I don't know Dr. Ingram, but Dr. Boyer, a neurosurgeon at Ft. Sanders saved my husbands life by removing a brain tumor. Ft. Sanders hospital was a good hospital. I have never had a problem with them. Several of my family members have had different kinds of surgery's there. Never any problem. Good luck, and a speedy recovery.
wondering

Hazard, KY

#7 Jul 28, 2009
BEEN THERE wrote:
I don't know Dr. Ingram, but Dr. Boyer, a neurosurgeon at Ft. Sanders saved my husbands life by removing a brain tumor. Ft. Sanders hospital was a good hospital. I have never had a problem with them. Several of my family members have had different kinds of surgery's there. Never any problem. Good luck, and a speedy recovery.
i really dont want to decuss any of my medical problem as far as the tumor goes but is there anyway of emailin me info on what to expect the day of surgery and things like and how your husband dealt with the reality of what was going on. im still tryin to accept the fact that the tumor could cancerous and all the other things that could go wrong. i have 2 small kids that depends on me and im just needing some information and help..thankyou very much..
wondering

Hazard, KY

#8 Jul 28, 2009
BEEN THERE wrote:
I don't know Dr. Ingram, but Dr. Boyer, a neurosurgeon at Ft. Sanders saved my husbands life by removing a brain tumor. Ft. Sanders hospital was a good hospital. I have never had a problem with them. Several of my family members have had different kinds of surgery's there. Never any problem. Good luck, and a speedy recovery.
i dont care to decuss it but i just dont feel comfortable decussin it on a forum board

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