He is not only a good doctor, but he is also very compassionate and caring.
In late September, 2016, my husband and I were on a cruise in the Mediterranean and I managed to catch a bad cold. The ship's doctor prescribed a med that included acetaminophen, despite the fact that I clearly told him that I was allergic to Tylenol. Trusting the doctor, I failed to check the ingredients myself. In a couple of days, my arms, legs and chest were red with a rash that got worse each day. From our hotel in Monte Carlo, I called Dr. Cram, but he was on vacation. I told his nurse my problem. In about 30 minutes, my phone rang and it was Dr. Cram. Even though he was on vacation out of state, his patient, me, took priority. He suggested Zyrtec, I had some with me and in a couple of days, the rash was almost totally gone. Knowing I can reach him any time, any place, is so reassuring. He is not only a good doctor, but he is also very compassionate and caring. What more could anyone want in their doctor?