Ninewells Hospital

Dundee, Scotland, DD1 9SY
 
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Written by a member of staff
14th January 2020


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Written by a patient
30th May 2019


I was treated for a replacement hip after a fall. I was on ward 18 and I was immediately made very welcome The quality of care I received was outstanding The staff work incredibly hard to ensure patients are well looked after They are friendly,patient and kind . Many names spring to mind but it would be wrong to single out individuals as there were so many amazing people : I will simply thank Craig for leading such a great team . My special thanks also for the surgeon Mr Nicoll ,who is a star, and his great team. I am also so grateful to the physiotherapists and occupational therapist The NHS is surely in good hands with people of this calibre working at its centre

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Written by a patient
20th April 2019


In this hospital you will get very good treatment … ONLY if they will discover what actually wrong with you. If they could not discover what wrong with you (I mean physical health here) they will blame that you have DEPRESSION. When person long time has a physical pain and they could not discover what is this, they should not blame on that depression. Depression and physical pain - this is two different things. Person can have a depression while no physical pain. This is more mental condition - to have a depression. Another way, person who has physical pain might not feel depression at all, it only look as he or she depressed, as when you in pain you could not manage many things. I was treated in this hospital and treated well … when they discovered after 2 month or so what actually was wrong with my organs. Before that, until they could not discover, few times consultant speak to me and ask with insinuation about depression and family history about depression. It is not pleasant, and it is not right way. I was in physical pain, while someone yet tried to concern me that I had actually depression. After my operation it was obviously shown on the picture that yet a little bit and sepsis will go further me inside. Think first before blame your patients that they depressed and feeling wrong that they actually had physical pain.

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Written by a patient
20th November 2018


The care and treatment was beyond my expectations. A hard working team who were sensitive to individual needs. Forever grateful.

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Written by a patient
14th February 2018


I got a second opinion by a second consultant.. He was very good and explained, all what I had over the years ,that is causing my heavy breathing. (scared lungs ..etc, He also referred me to other clinics,, Within a short time I had appointments,,and treatment.. Peggy George Sherbrook street

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Written by a patient
30th November 2017


excellent care the nurses were angels the doctors 1st class all stall excellent + please pass my thanks on to staff/doctors in ward 12 they were great frank mcleod 28/07/1948 opp on the 8th nov

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Written by a patient
11th July 2017


Staff at Photobiology are very courteous and caring i8n their attention to patients. The |Unit is very efficient, bright clean and welcoming. People are treated with respect and sensitivity.

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Written by a patient
7th January 2017


The care and treatment was beyond my expectations. A hard working team who were sensitive to individual needs. Forever grateful.

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Written by a carer
25th May 2016


Awful care to my family member from awful staff in ward 17. Observed staff commenting on other patients and laughing and also observed clearly inexperienced staff dealing with abusove patients and not in a very professional manner.

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Written by a patient
16th February 2016


I arrived into ward 15 acute admissions,whilst the staff were extremely busy I received good care. Then I was transferred to ward 3 & all the staff were very caring however I would like to point out that staff nurse Jenny Cameron was excellent & nothing was too much trouble for her,she went out of her way to help & not just with myself but all the patients,we could do with a lot more nurses like her. Also she was working with a student nurse called Cara McGhee who was also very helpful & went out of her way to help all the patients. Yours truthfully Mrs Mandy Seaton.

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