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Burton & Derby Hospitals Collaboration Update

2 days ago

Welbeck Drive Surgery

The surgery is open from 8am each morning Monday to Friday with a walk in appointments system until 10.30 and a booking system each afternoon/evening and the service is exemplary. My husband was taken ill in the surgery recently and required ...

Burton & Derby Hospitals Collaboration Update

6 days ago

Ivy Grove Surgery

The (named) COPD nurse checked up on how mother was coping with her new inhaler and was positive and encouraging with her. Mum felt as though she was doing well and (named COPD nurse) had given her tips to control her condition.

Burton & Derby Hospitals Collaboration Update

6 days ago

Welbeck Drive Surgery

Excellent care and diagnosis of my wife's problem.

Burton & Derby Hospitals Collaboration Update

1 week ago

Kelvingrove Medical Centre

My experience is very bad of both the receptionist and the doctors. Huge issue is that doctors are not listening to the patients, I was going to them for nearly 2 years with the same health issues and was always sent away with some silly reasons. ...

Response

Kelvingrove Medical Centre has responded to this feedback:

Thank you for providing feedback, regarding your experience of the Surgery. We are sorry you are unhappy with the service you have received. If you would like to contact the Practice, we would be very happy to look into the issues you have raised. read more

Burton & Derby Hospitals Collaboration Update

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Learning disability

Disability Reps to Join Care Monitors

Health & social care patient watchdog Healthwatch Derbyshire has teamed up with national charity MacIntyre to launch a pilot programme involving people with learning disabilities taking part in unannounced visits to 4 specialist care homes that provide support for people with learning disabilities

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