The Royal Free Hospital

Pond Street, London, England, NW3 2QG

 

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31st January 2018
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supper good

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18th January 2018
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The treatment I received from everyone concerned before my operation was faultless. The information I received after my operation about my recovery time and discharge/leaving the hospital was a bit patchy with nurses changing shifts/having their breaks so there were a couple of crossed wires. I had to search people out to ask if I could leave which was a bit frustrating as I was also trying to link up with my wife who was collecting me and having a nightmare finding somewhere to park.

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25th October 2017
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I feel that the out patient clinics are so overbooked that many people have to wait a long time to be seen and then have to wait up to an hour to collect prescriptions. This is not only upsetting for patients who are feeling unwell but also for carers who are concerned about parking fees.

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20th September 2017
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Hospital stay was ok as a private patient

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19th July 2017
Written by a patient

It was a bit disorientating as it was so busy. Not enough lifts for so many people. Consultants I met were extremely up themselves. I met three, and they seem to think they are God. Nurses, I met one, who was both sullen and Miserable. Private doesn't seem any better than NHS there. I think if the consultants stop looking for case studies and ignoring patients that do not match their requirements for research material, I think there would be an equality of treatment for all.


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