Ratings for Dr. Bruce A. Harms
I have been sick and disabled for many years. I was told I had to remove my colon and have a bag. We went to Dr Harms for a 2nd opinion. He successfully removed my colon without the need for a bag. He is very talented, knowledgeable, upbeat, supportive and kind as is his PA Rochelle (spelling of her name is wrong). I feel better, stronger and less fatigued than I have for years (just 4 weeks after sugery)! I began my journey at UW-Health with GI Specialist, Dr Wald, who felt I needed this surgery and worked with Dr Harms. Dr Wald and his PA Monica were equally as wonderful! After years of trying to find a fictor thst coukd help me, I am SO thankful for UW-Health and these doctors.
I had my colon removed by Dr. Harms in 1989 after having ulcerative colitis for 32 years. Of all the Dr.'s I have seen over my years he is one of the best. Since retiring to Az in 2002 I have seen two other specialist relating to the pouch and neither of them can hold a candle to Dr. Harms. I highly recommend him for this procedure.
The major difference between the “care” provided by Dr. Harms and being knifed repeatedly and randomly in the abdomen in a dark alley – is that the experience in the alley is likely to cost you only your wallet and watch – whereas Dr. Harms charges considerably more. Not only was the recovery process from Dr. Harms unsuccessful surgery attempt long and excruciating the Swiss-cheese like state the muscle wall of the abdomen was left in ensured further complications for later, more competent, surgeons.
Dr. Bruce A. Harms's Credentials
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- University Of Nebraska College Of Medicine (Grad. 1978)
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