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53 minutes ago, hissingsid said:

It is not anecdotal it was personal, thank goodness I ended up going across where I got sorted out he was a very bread and butter consultant with limited knowledge.

Anecdotal means that it’s a single story, not a collected body of evidence.  You may well have personally had a bad experience, but that doesn’t mean everyone will have. 

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I was there tonight, the place is rammed. The nurses and assistant people on my friends ward were all lovely and my friend is being made better - I love the hospital x

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11 hours ago, hissingsid said:

It is not anecdotal it was personal, thank goodness I ended up going across where I got sorted out he was a very bread and butter consultant with limited knowledge.

Don't know about "anecdotal" - sure sounds bitter to me. Mr Tebala was one of the best.

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Not bitter, very grateful for the fantastic treatment I received eventually and very thankful for being referred to a specialist.    I am sure MR Tebala did some good work but I am very pleased I will never encounter him again.

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On 5/21/2018 at 10:22 AM, Nomadic Raptor said:

I was reading this morning at nobles hospital now only has 7 consultants.  Does anyone know what those consultants are in?  

Catering, PR, PR Catering, Management, Diversity, Diversity Management, Diversity Management PR

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..................once again, with one small exception, both myself and Mrs. Doc have had wonderful care from the staff at Nobles and yes, that includes you Wrighty so thanks again.................

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Great news!  I’m BACK AT NOBLES FOLKS!

 

 

Went in for a hip replacement this morning. Now sat up eating grapes. I’ve been faultlessly looked after.

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19 minutes ago, Derek Flint said:

Great news!  I’m BACK AT NOBLES FOLKS!

Went in for a hip replacement this morning. Now sat up eating grapes. I’ve been faultlessly looked after.

Tad young for that aren't you?

Good luck anyway...

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25 minutes ago, GD4ELI said:

Tad young for that aren't you?

Good luck anyway...

I actually went in for a sore finger, but they had an offer on.

 

seriously though, it’s not as unusual as you think. And it was what saw me out of the cops. Still another one to do yet

 

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1 minute ago, Derek Flint said:

I actually went in for a sore finger, but they had an offer on.

 

seriously though, it’s not as unusual as you think. And it was what saw me out of the cops. Still another one to do yet

 

..hope it all goes well.........they really looked after Mrs Doc when she had hers done..............

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Well I had a very good op and care in Nobles and can't fault the service I received.

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1 hour ago, Derek Flint said:

I actually went in for a sore finger, but they had an offer on.

 

 

Don't joke. I know a bloke who was about to have the wrong hip replaced until he pointed out that the notes were wrong. Yep. True.

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1 minute ago, woolley said:

Don't joke. I know a bloke who was about to have the wrong hip replaced until he pointed out that the notes were wrong. Yep. True.

Sorry Wooley, but I don't believe that.

The consultant involved draws a fucking big arrow on your leg prior to surgery.

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Just now, dilligaf said:

Sorry Wooley, but I don't believe that.

The consultant involved draws a fucking big arrow on your leg prior to surgery.

Yep. On the wrong one. That was when he pointed it out.

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