Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine

60 Great Ormond St, London WC1N 3HR, UK – 020 3456 7890

After drugs didn't help. I tried alternatives not having much faith but hands down its been so helpful. The doctor is so caring and my condition has healed.


Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital

330 Grays Inn Rd, Kings Cross, London WC1X 8DA, UK – 020 3456 7890

I had a septorhinoplasty 4 months ago with Mr Randhawa, because my nose was deviated and my left side was semi-closed. Honestly, the operation was perfect because I didn't suffer anything, and the postoperative course was the same. After the operation I could breath from the left side, and it was a fantastic feeling. My breathing has improved a lot, and my nose looks also better now, thanks to Mr Randhawa and all the doctors. They were very kind and professional, like the lady who took me the pictures. The nurse who followed me when I had my surgery was pretty good, but in general, nurses should improve their manners.

Barts Health NHS Trust

The Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel Rd, London, Whitechapel E1 1BB, UK – 020 3416 5000

This hospital is one of the best I have ever been to. For last 3 months i come here ( first surgery then outpatient care ) and I cannot say one bad word about this place. Of course , i dont know all departments just plastic surgery and hand clinic but I was very scared to come here for any treatment after reading all this bad opinions. That is why I decided to actually find a time to write about my positive experience because I think that is a problem. Happy people dont find time to write about their happiness they just move on. Plastic surgery unit was excelent. I had surgery done quickly and with the outmost care from nurses to surgeons . All was very professional and with the use of newest techniqes and equipment. I was in awe of the technology and know how this hospital is using to help people. The units are always clean and staff are very nice and caring. The outpatient hand clinic is amazing so are the doctors and nueses working there. They have incredible detailed knowledge about what they do and how to help. They are open to new sugestions only to improve the final result of therapy which is bring back the functionallity of your hands back. All you have to remember is that you need to have patience because sometimes the process of recovery takes time. Dont be scared to come for treatment to Royal London Hospital and good luck to all in recovery .

Local hospitals - community hospitals and hospitals with A&E departments for EC3N 4AA.

The new NHS website below is very well worth a look. Hospitals are not only listed but evaluated. I certainly know which ones I would go to! At the very least you will know what questions to ask if you are sent to one which has not entered its data. Good luck!
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