Tritel Concierge Medicine is a personalized, comprehensive, healthcare experience. We practice medicine the old-fashion way, giving you time with your physician and personal relationships to ensure your individual health and wellness needs are met.
Our focus is to bring back the bond that used to exist between a doctor and his patients. We understand that the having the ability to spend extra time with our patients is essential to providing the highest quality medicine that is acceptable to Dr. Tritel.
Your experience at TCM will be like no other. This is apparent when you walk into our quiet, serene environment with beautifully traditional decor, wooden floors, soft music, and a waiting room just for you. Our welcoming receptionist will greet you and treat you like a member of our family. Our registered nurse will be ready to take you right back into your room. Dr. Tritel will be awaiting you and have as much or little time with you as required for your care. Finally, our director of nursing and membership coordinator will be available to help you with any issues or questions that you may have.
The concept of concierge medicine is reducing a doctor's the number of patients by 80-90 percent to allow more time to spend with each patient and to provide more personalized care. At TCM, Dr. Tritel will limit his practice to 300 patients to ensure that you will receive the highest quality of care. Instead of seeing 20 to 25 patients in a day, Dr. Tritel sees three-to-five patients, which allows him to spend the necessary amount of time with each patient. Furthermore, this allows Dr. Tritel to offer same day or next day appointments and longer appointments with minimal wait time. He will visit you in the hospital, assisted living facility, nursing home, or residence when indicated. Dr Tritel will always be reachable 24 hours a day, including by cell phone after office hours and on weekends.
Dr. Tritel believes that the most important aspect of practicing medicine is to take time to know each of his patients on a deeper level. Although modern-day technology is useful, proper diagnosis and care is made possible by spending time and talking to and examining you, the patient.