Lady Margaret Road, Ifield, Crawley, West Sussex, RH11 0BF
After being on the same repeat prescription for 3 years they stopped me stone cold and now have to go the hospital to get a prescription as I’m not supposed to to stop these tablet instantly I had to be weened off appalling care
Ive been with Ifield medical practice for over 30yrs now and although ive seen alot of changes the staff have always provided me with the utmost respect and care even the staff in the office have shown support and pointed me in the right direction as to who was best to see. Couldnt fault this practice at all
Every time I use Ifield Medical Practice's services, I am treated with respect and dignity. I have had quite a few appointments over the last few months due to my anxiety and depression. I must say that I was offered not only treatment but also support, understanding and encouragement. I was patiently listened to even though it was clear at times that the practice was busy. I want to thank Dr Leung and Dr Mohammed and all staff for their fantastic work. I am recovering well, and I have a new part-time job in such a short period. Thank you!
I visited the surgery to see Trish of the Secretarial Team who was helping me to gather information from my medical records. She was extremely helpful, supportive and understanding. The whole team do a very hard job under very difficult circumstances which I dearly respect. Their diligence and professionalism is very much appreciated and often goes unnoticed because they work behind the scenes to keep things moving forward. I would ask patients/users who use the service for whatever reason to understand that the entire team deal with many other people on a daily basis and exercising patience, courtesy and applying your own personal planning and organisation goes a long way to getting what you need and on time.
My experience with the Doctor was brilliant. The Practice Nurse however not so much. I have just been started on Insulin and went to her to be taught how to administer the injections. I got no instruction at all, i expected that i would have an opportunity to 'have a go' at doing it so that she (and I) would be sure i could do it. that didn't happen. neither was I taught or told I had to prep the pen before doing the injection to make sure there were no bubbles (this I learned online). In fact I really got all my information online as she was hopeless. I got the feeling she just wanted to tell me how much i needed to take and get rid of me. I had to prompt her just to tell me how to put the needle on the pen. Maybe she was short of time (although the receptionist said it was an hour long appointment) i was in there maybe 15 minutes. Please check on what the Nurses are going, it is daunting to be put on insulin and the nurses need to make sure the patient is comfortable with the process.