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Reviews of Leicester Royal Infirmary


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What I liked: "Mr Machili was excellent. He gave me ample time, explained everything very clearly. He was very reassuring and gave me confidence in his assessment. His manner was superb."

Could improve: "Nothing."

I went for: TIA assessment

Patient who saw Dr. Chipulwa Machili in Leicester Royal Infirmary

What I liked: "Mr Juratli was the first dr. to successfully diagnose a long term ear infection picked up from a holiday swimming pool. He is a mild mannered, softly spoken man of the highest professional character. I underwent a 4 hour mastoidectomy procedure by Mr Juratli, and I am truly grateful to this man."

Could improve: "Regarding Mr Juratli nothing!"

I went for: Ear infection

Patient who saw Dr. Abdul Juratli in Leicester Royal Infirmary

What I liked: "Mr Sutton is treating my daughter for a ruptured spleen, he is polite, caring and a genuine friendly person. I am so glad he as been the one to look after my daughter. I couldn't praise him enough for his help and concern towards her."

Could improve: "Nothing, I am more than 100% satisfied with the service provided by Mr Sutton."

I went for: Ruptured Spleen

Patient who saw Dr. Christopher Derek Sutton in Leicester Royal Infirmary

What I liked: "Everything. Polite, friendly and professional."

I went for: Tia tests

Patient who saw Dr. Suzanne Dawson in Leicester Royal Infirmary

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