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1 month ago

Boots Pharmacy, New Mills (Sett Valley Medical Centre)

Boots @ Sett Valley Medical Centre IS without a doubt the worst pharmacy EVER!! If the pharmacy staff spent less time discussing their own personal lives and laughing and giggling in the back over what they did at the weekend, it would be a star ...

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1 month 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 ...

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1 month ago

East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS non-emergency patient transport)

A private ambulance with a 2 man crew have been waiting in the road for another crew to come and help transfer my relative into their bedroom as he is ill with cancer and has just come home from Derby hospital after an emergency stay. My relative ...

Response

East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS non-emergency patient transport) has responded to this feedback:

Thank you for taking the time to share your concerns and for bringing this matter to our attention. We are sorry to hear that you have had a negative experience in regards to the ambulance service and we are keen to hear about stories, such as t ... read more
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1 month 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.

Ensuring That Health and Social Care Information is Fit For Purpose

We are currently finding out from local people with sensory impairments such as hearing and/or sight difficulties, whether the information available from health and social care services in the county are fit for purpose.

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