mr-stephen-walsh

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Written by a patient at The Chichester Nuffield Hospital
2nd November 2020


What can you say when you are completely satisfied and pleased with everything and a good sense of humour as well Thank you very much.

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Written by a patient at The Chichester Nuffield Hospital
13th February 2020


I found Stephen Walsh to be knowledgable, efficient and skilled in his speciality. He clearly explained the condition I had, outlined possible alternative treatments, listened to my concerns, and provided appropriate reassurance. He inspired confidence and had a great combination of professionalism and friendly concern, and I can’t think of anything that could have improved the care and treatment he provided for me.

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Written by a patient at St Richard's Hospital
12th February 2020


Started seeing Mr Walsh in 2013 in preparation for my surgery in 2016. The care and reassurance he gave was remarkable, always on the end of the phone if I needed something and always prepared to make availability to get me in if I had a problem right up until I was discharged from his care in late 2019. Great man, fantastic surgeon and always willing for a joke before surgery to lighten the mood.

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Written by a patient at St Richard's Hospital
12th February 2020


Dr Walsh was fantastic and welcome help, following my recent fall which resulted in a broken nose. Whilst I'm not the most vain person in the world my wonky nose wasnt just causing breathing difficulty but also didn't make me feel great about my image. Dr Walsh advised me clearly that because it was cartilage that was dislocated it was harder to fix and heal however if I wanted to go ahead he was happy to try and fix the dislocation. Dr Walsh and his team were really kind and patient with me - I have a huge (irrational) fear of being put to sleep and not waking up again, his team took the time to explain exactly what was going on and how I'd be hooked up to all kinds of monitors and therefore put my mind at ease and I went to sleep peacefully. Whilst there was the expected pain afterwards the aftercare was brilliant. When it was time to remove the splints Dr Walsh once again put my mind at ease and I didn't feel a thing. He once again reinforced the importance of not wacking the nose again and that over the next few months the cartilage could relapse. Something we both hope wont happen. I am very grateful to Mr Walsh and his team for their care.

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Written by a patient at The Chichester Nuffield Hospital
27th January 2020


I was seen by Mr Walsh to remove a benign cyst on my cheek and I found him to be entirely professional, friendly and accommodating throughout the process. During my consultation he was very informative in regards to what was happening under my skin and what I might expect during and post procedure. During my procedure he was equally informative as to the process and progress of the procedure whilst also engaging in general conversation which added to the already calm and reassuring atmosphere. The procedure itself was painless and over surprisingly quickly, the incision was made, placed and stitched so that the subsequent scar will have minimal impact both physically and aesthetically.

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Profile

Mr Walsh is a fully accredited Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon and until recently the Lead Clinician for Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - St Richards Hospital Chichester and Worthing Hospital, as well as the Nuffield Health Chichester Hospital. He specialises in surgery of the face, mouth and head and neck and the management of the many conditions that may affect patients in these areas and is on the General Medical Councils Specialist List for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (6028502) as well as being fully registered with the General Dental Council (68500) and on the specialist list for Oral Surgery.

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