"Podiatry visit"

About: Huddersfield Royal Infirmary

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Waited three weeks after GP referral - ok, since pain not significant. Consultant - very friendly and funny, and with a trainee - made an instant diagnosis or a Merton's neuroma after manipulation of the toes. Given clear information about treatments and success rates, and left with the ability to self-refer if the condition worsened. I can't fault the process, and the only grumble would be to do with the narrow corridor that served as a waiting area.

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Response from Huddersfield Royal Infirmary

Thank you for your feedback, we are pleased to hear that generally you were happy with the care and service. We do take on board your comment about the narrow corridor, but I am sure you appreciate that in view of the layout of the building this is sometimes unavoidable..

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