Leicester General Hospital NHS Trust

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What I liked: "Cannot speak highly enough of Dr Peter Topham, he went above and beyond to help me."

Could improve: "Everything about the renal units at the Leicester General are top class. All the staff are a pleasure to be with."

I went for: Kidney Failure

Patient who saw Dr. Peter Topham in Leicester General Hospital NHS Trust

What I liked: "Mr Mayne put my incontinence right after 12 procedures since 1988. To him I will be eternally grateful."

Could improve: "In my case nothing."

I went for: TVT

Patient who saw Dr. Christopher J Mayne in Leicester General Hospital NHS Trust

"Mr. Dennison performed a Islet cell transplant and pancreatectomy on me in March 2010. The terrible pain that comes with it was gone!Alas I am still not without pain, but is bearable which it was'nt before.Nothing but praise can I give this man! Barbara Hodson. Gtr Manchester."

Patient who saw Mr. Ashley Dennison in Leicester General Hospital NHS Trust

"Mr Godsiff has treated me on a number of occasions with knee arthroscopy and TKR. He has always taken time to explain everything clearly and put me at ease. He is extremely polite and friendly and I have every faith in his professional competence."

Patient who saw Dr. Steven Godsiff in Leicester General Hospital NHS Trust

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