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Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust - City Hospital Campus

Hucknall Rd, Nottingham NG5 1PB, UK – 0115 969 1169

Excellent staff on the maternity ward. All of the midwives were exceptionally supportive from beginning to end. I felt very well looked after and my C Section scar healed very quickly and neatly. Thank you so much for looking after us

Routine appointment. Can be a bit of a wait, but not this time. Very friendly staff and empathetic medical staff. Definitely in safe hands here

Woodthorpe Hospital

748 Mansfield Rd, Woodthorpe, Nottingham NG5 3FZ, UK – 0115 920 9209

Professional and caring staff who are friendly and easily approachable. Excellent level a cleanliness and delicious food.

Very nice hospital.. staff are very friendly! Saw my consultant twice and got a surgery date that fitted with me. **update** surgery was excellent, very well cared for. Mr Dhar did an amazing job, 6 months later I'm pain free and walking as normal, Superb surgeon / anaesthesia ans aftercare team.

The Priory Hospital Nottingham

Ransom Rd, Nottingham NG3 5GS, UK – 0115 969 3388

The Nottingham Priory is unlike most other Priories in that it deals only with drugs and alcohol problems which is in my view a real advantage. Most other priory hospitals treat psychiatric conditions too. The 12-Step programme is not religious, or at least it is not meant to be. Unfortunately it gets taken over by overly zealous people and it can appear sinister. The facts are though that it is one of the most successful methodologies available. The only way to research what would suit you, other than visiting loads of clinics is to use a professional online referral agency such as Admit Services or WayAhead Rehab. Neither charges for their independent advice. Never pay a referral agency; you pay the clinic. But finding an ideal clinic is likely to be impossible. The Nottingham Priory suits a lot of people and there is little choice in Nottingham.

I entered the priory Nottingham for two weeks 1 detox and 1 "therapy" due to excess alcohol use after years of over the top consumption which was beginning to effect my business and family , whilst my stay was made comfortable by all concerned ie staff,nurses and patients I found the therapy side of my stay very sinister, I will explain later. week 1 involved detox which was spot on, the nurses were excellent and the medication prescribed in a very professional and monitored manner which made what is a very difficult process easier, if you've ever detoxed before you will know what I mean. week 2 involved "therapy", it is this side of things I didn't really agree with, firstly it involves a process called the 12 step program, I suggest you research this to see what it entails as it is extensively used but never really publicised, I had never heard of it before. personally I found it very religious and cultlike with a lot of personal things said in meetings which I found uncomfortable and if you aren't a religious person like myself it might be a bit hard to swallow. From a personal point of view I found the priory ok, but like I said do your research and ask questions. summery staff, nurses 10/10 premises 10/10 food 10/10 detox10/10 care 10/10 "therapy" -/1 theres not enough noughts, far too much emphasis on spirituality(religion) and the "Big Book" and 12 step nonsense hope this helps

Local hospitals - community hospitals and hospitals with A&E departments for NG5 3FN.

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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