21 Results for "Doctor In Dulwich Village"
You can rarely get through to make a same day appointment and when you do sometimes you are given an appointment at a different surgery (often The Lister in Peckham). Practice was never that good but in recent years has gone even more
The best GP I have ever had. Much easier to get appointments than my previous GP. Appointments are available on the day, twice a day. The advanced practitioner nurse and female GP are wonderful. The receptionists are helpful. All staff
Worst surgery I have ever been a part of, not only do they have my medical records under the wrong name, but the GPs blatantly lie regarding me being well known at the surgery if you can call having two appointments to get blood taken and 3
While the receptionists and doctors working here are lovely, the service is appalling. I have been trying to get an appointment here for about 3 weeks and it’s had proved impossible - you are constantly asked to call back either at 8am or
Me & my daughter we’re both seen Wednesday night at Seldoc at Dulwich Hospital,I cannot praise the staff from start to finish. We were both seen by Faith and I have to say she was fantastic,she listened, didn’t rush us and was very supportive.
Called 111 at 6pm. Had appointment with absolutely brilliant doctor at a nearby hospital by 7pm (I wish I could remember her name as she deserves enormous praise for her patience, manner and kindness). I am almost 50 years old and
Gp in LORDSHIP Lane
i wish i could give minus for this place..my appointment was 11..im writing this at 11..37.. yesterday i had a text reminder telling me not to miss my appointment ? surely same technology could be used to text me dr is running late
Whenever I call up for an appointment there is never one for roughly 3 weeks. You can never get through to them on the phone and when you eventually do they just tell you to call back tomorrow. Service here is terrible the receptionist have
Fantastic surgery. Caring knowledgeable GPs and staff. As with all GP surgeries there is a wait, but GPs are not an emergency service.
FAO: all GPs and practice nursesI was asked to raise awareness of Developmental Language Disorders (DLD); a neurological developmental condition that can persist into adulthood, more common than autism but not so widely known. Professor C Norbury’s 2014 research showed that DLD affects 7.58% children but only half were diagnosed; with 2 in every primary class of 30 children having severe enough DLD to hinder academic their progress.‘Rachel the ‘write’ to speak’ by Sandra Capelin is an easy-to-read book that illustrates the difficulties these children and young people face on a daily basis, both socially and academically. It is also an inspiration to anyone facing similar issues The forward was written by Professor Dorothy Bishop and the book tells how Rachel was born with a Language Disorder that went undiagnosed until she was sixteen years old, despite her mother’s pleas for help from both health and education professionals. It also explains how Rachel struggled through mainstream school with little or no help yet managed to succeed against all odds.Although there is more awareness of these problems now, parents are still fighting to get their children diagnosed as it becomes increasingly difficult to access specialist help due to government cut backs.A greater awareness of these hidden disorders is desperately needed - please help ‘Rachel the ‘write’ to speak ’is available from Amazon for £5 and all good bookshops
Friendly and efficient. Never had any problems since moving to them.
I have been registered at DMC for nearly 8yrs and always had extremely good experience. Sometimes hard to get appointment though!!