Perth Royal Infirmary
Phone: 01738 623311
Web: Website not known
Hospitals in Perth , Taymount Terrace in Perth
7 user review(s)
I had on operation on Friday 26th June 2015 at PRI and just wanted to say the following. All the staff were fantastic in Ward 8 but would like to give a special mention to Mr Goodman and his Team. I was very anxious regarding operational procedure but was so relieved when Simon mentioned that I could have the option of a spinal anaesthetic plus he also talked me through the whole procedure and was just so helpful and reassuring as was the rest of the team. Thanks again everyone (5/5)
Well if it wasn't for hospitals like the Perth one then everyone would be lost and I have to laugh at people when they walk into A&E with a broken fingernail its ridiculous (5/5)
I attended on 2 December. The whole procedure was very efficiently carried out. The reception was welcoming, informative and the timing was brisk. Thank you very much. (5/5)
I recently visited the X-Ray department at Perth. Firstly I would like to say how clean, well-organised and efficient the department was. The staff were excellent - everyone working hard but without exception displaying a very pleasant and helpful demeanor to their customers. I would however like to make a suggestion re: the parking situation. My GP logged me for an appointment via his computer system and this registered automatically in the system of the X-Ray department (a very efficient process).He informed me to turn up at a convenient time within the opening hours of the department and present myself at the desk. He did not however provide me with any paper-based appointment form (logical when considering the use of technology). When arriving at the car-park however, the notice indicated that an appointment form should be displayed in the car along with a parking ticket. Failure to do so would incur a £60 fine! The matter was resolved by the very helpful X-Ray receptionist providing me with a ticket, but I then had to walk all the way back to the car to display it and thereby missed my call by the x-ray nurse. Clearly there is a small gap within the process for cases where surgeries refer outpatients via electronic means. I appreciate that the parking system has been implemented to deter unauthorized parking, but it would be good to ask GP surgeries to issue a ticket that the outpatient can fill in (date and time) when they visit. Apart from helping the outpatient, it would also remove one more task for busy reception staff to worry about. (4/5)
Just A few lines of thanks. My colleagues was admitted at 9:20pm on 14/1 after an RTA. Service was efficient and courteous. Special thanks to the woman in Admin who went the extra mile to help us. (4/5)
My mother has received very good care and attention in several departments over many years. However during her last stay, in Dec 2010, my family noticed that the staffing level in the ward appeared to be low and nurses under pressure. This concerned us. A further concern was when a Dr advised one of us that my mother had only a few hours or days to live while we were at the bedside and my mother was conscious. Fortunately she did not hear. (4/5)
Even with the pain of waiting lists I think the service is very good and staff are very good. (4/5)
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