"Very neat job of stitching the wound"

About: Nottinghamshire County Teaching PCT / Keyworth surgical dermatology service

(as the patient),

I visited Keyworth Community Dermatological Surgery Service on the 1st December. Dr Neil Shroff diagnosed skin cancer. He reassured me it was treatable. I was given the date of Jan 12th for my surgery on my leg. Dr Shroff had said he may not be able stitch the wound on my first consultation. When I had the surgery Dr Shroff used his skill to stitch the wound. My own surgery nurse said he had made a very neat job of stitching the wound. I had an appointment for 4 weeks. Dr Shroff rang after 2 weeks to say he had removed it all and to ask id the stitches were ok, I was pleased with that gesture. I thought it very kind. He was very pleased after 4 weeks and I was discharged.

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Response from Helen Limb, Patient and Public Involvement Manager, NHS Rushcliffe Clinical Commissioning Group

Thank you for taking the time to give your feedback regarding your recent treatment at the Keyworth Dermatological clinic.

I am pleased that your experience was a positive one and that the surgery was successful.

I shall forward your thanks on to the team.

Best wishes for the future

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