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2 months ago

HURST CHEMIST

So very friendly with knowledgable and helpful staff. They get to know their clients well, as there is a low staff turnover. They are aware ,and make their clients aware, of latest NHS situations. There is a good range of otc supplies. It is an e ...

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2 months ago

Royal Derby Hospital

Treatment for Breast Cancer, saw me utilise many facilities (surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, physchology, ultrasound, x-ray, bloods, oncology, physiotherapy and hydrotherapy)

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2 months ago

Saltergate Dental Care Limited

My friend, who is blind, had toothache and couldn't get in with a dentist. I phoned Healthwatch who signposted me to Saltergate dental surgery. They arranged an emergency appointment an hour later. Efficient friendly service. Thanks.

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3 months ago

Cavendish Hospital

My stepfather had a stay there following illness. Superb in every way, helping him and other elderly people return to the community wherever possible.

Response

Cavendish Hospital has responded to this feedback:

Thank you for taking the time to share the positive experience your stepfather received whilst on the Fenton Ward at Cavendish Hospital. We continually strive to deliver the best possible individual care to our patients and feel privileged t ... read more

Lessons To Be Learnt On Public Information About Future Healthcare

One of the main aims of the NHS over the next few years is to re-focus the support it offers for people suffering ill-health. Care and treatment will be increasingly provided in people’s own homes and in their own communities rather than in hospital or long-term residential care.  This transition has been the subject of […]

Healthwatch is now Recruiting for Voluntary Board Members

If you have a strong interest in health and social care and would like to influence service development across health and social services by representing the views of patients, service users and carers. Then we would like to hear from you.

Get involved and help shape the future of health and care in Derbyshire.

30/07/2017 Update via Karen Ritchie, Chief Executive of Healthwatch Derbyshire – the county’s independent health and social care watchdog. Over the next few weeks and months we will be getting out and about to encourage people to join in a conversation on the proposed ideas set out for the future of Derbyshire’s health and care. […]

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