John Loy is an experienced Consultant Upper GI and Bariatric Surgeon. Proud member of the VIP award winning Shropshire Bariatric Team for the kindest hospital team 2016. He offers keyhole weight-loss, gallbladder and hernia surgery as well as the full range of general surgery in both NHS and private practice.
Mr Loy listened to my concerns and allowed me some extra time for me to make up my mind about the surgery.him and his team made time to answer questions
Dr Loy is one of the nicest doctors I have met. He genuinly cares about people and takes his time assessing all details before making decisions. I had bariatric surgery on Feb 1st and was amazed at the care given to me. I didnt feel like a waste of time. He genuinely listened to me, and looked at me whilst talking which some docs dont! He explained EVERYTHING! I didnt have to ask as he knew what his patients feel going in for this sort of operation and completely put my mind at rest I cant say enough about this doctor hes just such a lovely caring person and excellent surgeon. There should be more like him
What can I say about Mr Loy that hasn't already been said below other than I agree with all the statements already made especially the ones regarding his care and bedside manner. The way he is highly regarded by staff and other previous patients really speaks volume about this lovely chap. This man has helped me where others have said no. I can't thank him enough for doing my surgery and would suggest that any patient receiving surgery from him are very lucky indeed that he works for the NHS we are all very lucky to have you Mr.Loy you are 1 in a million !
Having first met Mr Loy last year, I cannot recommend him enough. Very open and friendly, giving me all the information I needed for having bariatric surgery (gastric sleeve) This year he performed the operation with no complications.
I had my gall bladder removed in August 2016. As a self confessed medical phobic the last think you want to be told is that you need to have an operation. Mr Loy put me at ease straight away. He explained why I needed the procedure, what it would mean if I chose not to have it done and what it would mean to live without a gall bladder. By the time I left his consulting room at the end of my first appointment I had complete trust in Mr Loy. On the day of my operation Mr Loy came to see me shortly after I had arrived and explained again what was going to happen. He gave me chance to ask any questions that I had and once again assured me that I would be fine - he would look after me! He came to see me after the operation and reassured me that everything had gone to plan and he visited again the next morning ready for my discharge. I had a follow up appointment with Mr Loy 4 weeks post operative where he again told me everything had gone to plan and that the results showed what he thought they would, so no further treatment was needed. Each time I saw Mr Loy he displayed a very cheery, calm and sensitive attitude towards both myself and my husband. It was obvious to me that the nursing staff hold Mr Loy in great regard too. I left hospital feeling quite proud of myself for how I had coped with what for me was a frightening experience. But as I look back now it wasn't so frightening after all, and I know that a large part of that was down to how I was looked after and cared for by Mr Loy. Thank you Mr Loy!