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What I liked: "I see Dr Redmond annually as I have MS (relapsing-remitting).
He is professional and friendly enough, but resistant to the most up-to-date evidence-based approaches, such as Prof. Jelinek's "OMS" program which is based on his authoritative & comprehensive overview of all existing research studies."

Could improve: "Dr Redmond could take a more enlightened approach by considering the evidence presented by Prof. George Jelinek and the current studies emerging from the HOLISM project. He could also listen to the experience of his patients."

I went for: Regular consultations for MS

Patient who saw Dr. Ian Redmond in Kent and Canterbury Hospital

What I liked: "His manner, professionalism, attention to detail, wanting to treat each patient as an individual. Even though extremely busy had time for the patient. He really is the best."

Could improve: "Nothing with Mr Relwani, just make sure the NHS keep him."

I went for: post op consultation

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

What I liked: "Dr Munroe is one of the best neuro consultants I have ever seen. He listens to his patients and understands them fully."

Could improve: "You can not improve the service."

Patient who saw Dr. Neil Munro in Kent and Canterbury Hospital

What I liked: "The nursing staff and Dr Bollas were kind and I felt completely listened to. I feel I have hope of a resolution after many years of a condition that has not been given much attention and has caused me pain and distress."

Could improve: "Doctors he can train so more people get help?"

I went for: Abdominal problems

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

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