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Summer 2016 Healthwatch Derbyshire Newsletter

2 days ago

Chesterfield Royal Hospital

I was referred to above dept. by Darley Dale Medical Centre in April this year with stones in my bladder. The dept. also discovered urine retention problem. The outcome in August was a decision to take no action on the stones and not to treat the ...

Summer 2016 Healthwatch Derbyshire Newsletter

1 week ago

Chesterfield Royal Hospital

My 17 year old daughter recently had a baby at the Maternity Suite within the Royal Hospital. The staff were amazing with her, they sat and talked the through everything and spent time with her when they aren't too busy. She was on the maternit ...

Summer 2016 Healthwatch Derbyshire Newsletter

2 weeks ago

Ivy Grove Surgery

As a carer for my elderly Mum, I need to regularly seek advice and support from this surgery. From the receptionists to the doctors, they are consistent in their support, advice and actions and at times have been a lifeline for not only my Mother ...

Summer 2016 Healthwatch Derbyshire Newsletter

4 weeks ago

Nottingham City Hospital

In September 2014 my wife was ill with vaginal bleeding, after a doctors visit to see (named doctor), she was referred to the Nottingham City Hospital. After various visits which included, Transvaginal ultrasound, blood tests, MRI scan, CT urogra ...

Response

Nottingham City Hospital has responded to this feedback:

Thank you for such great feedback, I have shared this with staff. I’m pleased to hear everything went so smoothly for your wife at what must have been a frightening time. Best wishes to you both, read more

Summer 2016 Healthwatch Derbyshire Newsletter

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