"pain management"

About: Queen's Hospital (Romford)

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It take a long time to get an appointment for pain management clinic . for treatment and follow up . should be 12 week , nearly always more like 6 months . a awful time when you are in a lot of pain . and nothing you , appointments, secretaries GPs can do about it .

i am told its very busy and thats the NHS for you.!!

There are a lot of appointments cancelled but not in time to allow another person to use this space .

been with pain management over 4 years and been a nightmare , and i am no better , in fact worse .

need more doctors and clinics .

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Response from Queen's Hospital

I’m sorry you have had to wait so long for this clinic. We have some problems with capacity for this clinic, which we are trying to resolve. This is a problem we are aware of and are taking very seriously. It may be possible for your GP to offer additional help with treatment or advice in the meantime. Flo Panel-Coates Director of Nursing

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