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The Leicester Royal Infirmary

Infirmary Square, Leicester, England, LE1 5WW
 
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Written by a NHS patient
23rd February 2022


I cannot highly praise the tia clinic enough. From the receptionist to all the medical staff and Kashif musarrat the consultant. Everything went smoothly and each step was fully explained to me. Thank you all.

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Written by a NHS patient
10th February 2022


Exceptional care in the TIA and Minor Stroke Clinic Very informative Consultant.

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16th December 2021


thanks for your help and all you do.

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Written by a NHS patient
9th September 2021


I fell off my horse 2 weeks before I went it. I was blue lighted to Walsgrave, when it happened because it was a trauma unit, but was sent out with no aftercare at all with two bleeds on the brain! I live in leicestershire so decided to go in....started in eye casualty as my right was shut and seeing double. I spent two days in there and the care was amazing very thorough I believe, so from eye casualty I went to get Prisms on my glasses that have helped with the double vision, then I went to GPAU and had test after test, MRI Scan, CT Scan with and without dye, porters taking me to departments never being left. I have been discharged now as they feel it’s the right thing to do, but can call anytime if needed. I just have to wait for the bleeds to go down. Well done all of you I certainly feel happy to be at home and resting on your advise.

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Written by a NHS patient
11th August 2021


This morning I had a mole removed by a team for whom I have the highest praise. The mole was in a difficult area of my foot and the staff took so much trouble to remove cauterise and stitch the wound. Everyone from the supervising doctor to a health support worker were professional and supportive. Dr Ismail worked with skill and dedication and the health support worker, who was observing on a study day, took the time and trouble to find a wheelchair and take me to the car. I cannot thank them enough.

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Written by a NHS patient
8th July 2021


Treated with respect

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