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What I liked: "Really pro active and listens."

Could improve: "The rest of the hospital!"

I went for: Type 1 Diabetes

Patient who saw Dr. Keith Alistair Steer in Northwick Park Hospital

What I liked: "Dr. Samarage is an angel. He is calm and understanding and has always gone an extra mile. He made us feel comfortable. He is very considerate and does not mind giving extra time from his busy schedule. He is, of course, one of the best doctors in the centre and is very approachable."

I went for: FMU

Patient who saw Dr. Hiran Samarage in Northwick Park Hospital

What I liked: "He's the best consultant I've ever come across. I'm now going to see him on the 13/2/2015 for removal of the right thyriod and want him to do it, not one of his team, as a have no trust in anyone else."

Could improve: "Seating area not enough seats and it is cold, & have sat there 3 hours at times to be seen."

I went for: Thyriod cancer

Patient who saw Dr. Roy Farrell in Northwick Park Hospital

What I liked: "Dr. Tatla is highly impressive, from the diagnosis until surgery and after care, he is exemplary. Brilliant surgeon."

Could improve: "The nurses in the hospital."

I went for: My father had a growth in his voice box.

Patient who saw Dr. Taranjit Tatla in Northwick Park Hospital

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