Community Diagnostics
Community Diagnostics

What our patients say

Patient feedback is vital for improving our service, and the NHS Community Diagnostics Service runs regular surveys to find out what our patients think of our service and to hear their ideas for making things even better. Here are just a few of the recent comments shared by patients from all over the UK. You can provide your feedback quickly and easily through our feedback form.

"Very professional and very swift."

"Both the scan technician and the assistant were particularly good."

"Quick service, no long waiting - the visit was excellent and no improvement needed."

"Process was explained prior to doing anything which was really helpful."

"This service was very good. I can't think of anything I would change."

"Thought it was brilliant from first of all getting my appointment two or three days from going to my own GP and then getting a phone call the day before to remind me of the appointment, the staff were excellent."

"I found the nurses very warm and friendly."

"I was delighted with the first class service and would recommend it. The staff were good and did not have to wait long. Thank you for the good service."

"Excellent, respectful and understanding."

"Great service, made me feel at ease throughout my appointment."

 

 

What's new at Community Diagnostics

Skydiving for mental health

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Support for LGBT+ issues wins nurse national award

Support for LGBT+ issues wins nurse national award

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Dedication to supporting LGBT+ prisoners across the prison estate has seen nurse Julia Waldron win a national award for her success and commitment.The Health in

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Nurse who invented drug rehab board game wins national award

Nurse who invented drug rehab board game wins national award

April 25 2019

Dedication to her patients and a passion to help tackle substance misuse has won an HMP Wealstun nurse a national award.Sonia Farrow, who is senior nurse in the

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