Most people told us they received good treatment and information once gaining access to their GP practice. Over 70% of comments mentioning staff attitudes were positive, especially in relation to clinical staff, however the negative proportion of feedback (mainly focused on reception staff) suggests there is still room for improvement.
Administration, getting though on the phone, and appointment availability had significant negative comments with patients’ expressing their frustration about booking appointments, long waits on the telephone, phone lines being cut off and the unsuitability of the e-consult form.
Dentist services received extremely positive feedback relating to the quality and the effectiveness of treatment. We also received positive feedback about staff attitudes, communication, treatment explanation and service coordination.
Respondents were overall happy with the quality of treatment and care they received. The positive attitudes of staff were commended. However, it should be noted that a number of residents were critical of their experiences within hospital.
People left feedback about communication (mainly negative feedback) and waiting times (mostly positive feedback).
Feedback suggests that overall people were happy between July and September with patients highlighting the positive attitudes of pharmacy staff, quality of treatment and care and overall experience. Comments about medicine management and prescriptions were more mixed which suggests room for improvements in those two areas.