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About: BMI Woodlands Hospital

What I liked

I first atteneded BMI Woodlands in December of 2009 for left carpal; tunnel release and then again in January 2010 for subchrominal shoulder decpompression and I found the staff very very friendly and helpful for both my stays, they were very direct with what was happening re operations and after care is 100%, I was re admitted to Woodlands in august for as needed part of collar bone removed and had cubital tunnel surgery, again I cannot find fault with this great hospital, I was recently in again this month of October for another carpal tunnel release on right hand. I was reffered to them from my local NHS hospital on all occassions and I would definetly recommend Woodlands each time, such a wonderful surgical team and nursing staff are wonderful, friendly and helpful, I don't like going under G A but the way they re assure you and make you so calm. The consultant I have there is upfront at all times unlike some of the NHS ones, but then again I cannot comment re my consultant at my local NHS hospital as both the doctors are the same, no beating about the bush, always upfront, well mannered and they make you at home. Keep the good work up Woodlands your wonderful.

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Response from BMI Woodlands Hospital 8 years ago
BMI Woodlands Hospital
Submitted on 25/10/2013 at 17:18
Published on on 26/10/2013 at 04:00

Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback, we will pass on your kind comments to the team. BMI Healthcare wants to make a stressful time as relaxing as possible, we aim to provide a calm and comfortable environment where you can focus on getting better. We always endeavour to improve wherever we can, and ensure BMI Healthcare remains a leader in patient care and outcomes.

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