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Kent and Canterbury Hospital

Ethelbert Road, Canterbury, Kent, England, CT1 3NG
 
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Written by a patient
1st August 2020

I have just got home from my visit to K&C for an MRI. The staff everywhere I went were lovely, when I had the scan from the people who had been called in to work on a Saturday as one of the scans broke, but especially the ladies on the desk in X-ray the American one and the lady with 16 year old twins, I heard her telling a member of staff about this, and the other lady who sat me on a soft chair and got me biscuits to go with my coffee. I have been isolating since 13 March and apart from a week in QEQM I have been nowhere. The patient transport staff were lovely as well, I did spend longer than most at the hospital, five and a half hours due to a glitch. But because of all these lovely people I had a wonderful time and I have realised how much I have missed people. Thank you thank you thank you.

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Written by a patient
9th July 2020

I can do nothing but praise everybody that were involved in my treatment whilst in Canterbury Hospital. From Cleaning , Catering, and Nursing staff. To Doctors, Consultants and Surgeons. Care could not have been better. I am now free from cancer and looking forward to a great future. Thank You

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Written by a patient
9th July 2020

A good experience through out

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Written by a patient
11th June 2020

the team of the St. Lawrence Ward were brilliant, in particular Nurse Sandra that care for me on my lowest point after the operation.

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Written by a patient
25th March 2020

I had eye surgery in The Opthalmology Theatre Suite yesterday. I cannot praise enough every single member of the team. From the lady at the top Miss Albena through her entire team including admin staff. They were professional, kind, and funny. There was no possibility of social distancing under these circumstances but they did anything and everything with a smile and kind words. We are so fortunate to have such truly dedicated people caring for us during this very difficult Corona Virus pandemic. I hope and pray that these wonderful people and their families stay safe and healthy. Thank you to you all. God bless the NHS.

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Written by a patient
31st January 2020

This review relates entirely to my experience in day surgery on the 30-1-2020. I had exemplary care from the moment I entered the building. I was cared for by Sheeja and prepped for my surgery. I had a long discussion with my surgeon Mr Mohamed Ismail, who answered all of my questions with patience and understanding and allayed any of my concerns. I then met my anaesthetist Dayana (my apologies if I have not spelt your name correctly) who offered solutions to prevent post operation side effects that I have experienced in the past, which worked a treat! I then went into the care of Rachel and Philip, the nurses who took me through from the point of anaesthetic to recovery. My care continued back in the day surgery unit and I was given medication promptly when needed and support and information from the nursing team. I was discharged after speaking with my surgeon about the procedure and what would happen next and receiving my paperwork. A seamless process in which I felt cared for and valued throughout. Thank you so much to all who contributed to my care, I would recommend this service to everyone.

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Written by a patient
31st January 2020

I was operated on by Mr Thomas to remove my left kidney and ureter which was cancerous. I spent 4 days in the ITU ward with what I would say was superb treatment, Everybody was so nice and very professional in their duties. They couldn’t have been any kinder if they tried.

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Written by a patient
12th November 2019

DONE

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Written by a patient
5th October 2019

I recently had robotic partial nephrectomy. My care from beginning to end has been amazing. Mr Thomasp and his team, made me fully aware of what to expect pre, during and post operation. Putting myself and my family’s minds at ease. The whole experience, although being a major operation went as planned with me only having to stay in hospital for one night The operation was four weeks ago and I am feeling great.

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