Trillium Medical Center is a technologically advanced office providing comprehensive, state-of-the-art medical care. Owned by Dr. Kimberly Sussman, the medical office opened in Boynton Beach last October. Since then, Trillium Medical Center has been making patients’ lives easier.
Sussman earned her medical degree from the University of Health Sciences in Kansas City, Mo., and did her residency at Wellington Regional Medical Center.
Sussman is a specialist in internal medicine and provides preventive, acute and chronic healthcare.
Sussman particularly focuses on preventive healthcare, which can decrease or eliminate many medical problems. Sussman emphasizes wellness training by providing patients with information on proper nutrition and exercise. She also recommends her patients have regular checkups.
Some of Sussman’s state-of-the-art services include providing patients access to their medical records online. This makes it easier for patients who are out of the state or country to access their medical history in case of an emergency.
Trillium Medical Center includes flat-panel monitors in every patient room, which allows patients to view their medical history along with the doctor. Through this interactive process, patients are also able to view their roadmap to health, which is a record of their nutrition, diet, medical visits and blood work.
“Patients have responded very positively to our state-of-the-art system,” Sussman said. “When they come into the exam room and see our very large monitors with their chart on it, they are able to interact with me.”
This makes the patients feel more comfortable and at ease when talking about their medical history, she said. “They see their picture, past history, social history, their family history, and everything is right there for them to see,” Sussman said. “They are always quick to find any errors we have typed in, and it’s such a good thing, not only for the patient, but for us as a medical office, because everything is open.”
Trillium Medical Center has just launched the critical amino blood print test to check a patient for 154 different food antigens. “About 95 percent of the population has Type 2 toxic reaction to common foods that we eat regularly,” Sussman said. “There can be up to 75 symptoms that can be related to food toxicities.”
Some of these symptoms include various chronic conditions such as migraines, arthritic pain and irritable bowel syndrome. “Once people do the test, it will provide ways to feel healthier and more energetic,” Sussman said.
Trillium Medical Center is located at 7545 W. Boynton Beach Blvd., Boynton Beach., Suite 201, near Florida’s Turnpike.
For more information, visit www.trilliummedicalcenter.com or call (561) 736-0881.