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Based on 37 reviews




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What I liked: "The fact that despite being busy he still had time for me"

Could improve: "Let him have more time with patients and do not loose him from this trust or the NHS"

I went for: Follow up after surgery

Patient who saw Dr. Jai Relwani in Kent and Canterbury Hospital

What I liked: "He is always so friendly and helpful. He explains everything clearly and he has a good sense of humour. I wish they would get him a decent computer, one that can print things out. He deserves better."

Could improve: "As above, decent equipment that would make his job easier."

I went for: Pancreatic cyst

Patient who saw Dr. Ioannis Bollas in Kent and Canterbury Hospital

What I liked: "A very competent and professional examination leading to successful treatment of pneumonia. An excellent doctor and highly recommended."

I went for: Pneumonia treatment

Patient who saw Dr. Ramin Baghai-Ravary in Kent and Canterbury Hospital

What I liked: "The care, attention and kindness shown by Dr Ockorocha and his staff. I was so nervous I was put at ease. Thank you"

I went for: Consultation

Patient who saw Dr. Emmanuel Ike Okorocha in Kent and Canterbury Hospital

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