Cavendish Imaging Patient Feedback

The results are in…

We are very happy with the response to our online feedback request that patients have filled in over the last six months after visiting us. A big thank-you to everyone who took the time to give us their view on our service: we are so pleased to see the majority views all aspects of our service as ‘excellent’ or ‘very good’.

Where two-thirds of respondents considered our literature to be either ‘very good’ or ‘excellent’ we would still like to satisfy the rest who thought it only ‘good’. As a result we have been focusing on the design of an information leaflet for referred patients to read prior to their examination with us at 109 Harley Street. The leaflet will be an informative description of the scanning process and aims to cover the questions that we are most frequently asked.

This detailed survey is from patients who have visited us. We also welcome general feedback from patients via this form, an from professionals via this form, or by direct email to office@cavendishimaging.com.

“Exceptionally good smiling service” – K.P. Aug 2014

“Walk-in clinic was very convenient and waiting time was very short.
Thank you”
S.G. Oct 2014

“Your operative, whose name I have forgotten could not have been more helpful or nicer.
Also, the staff I spoke to on the phone were polite and most helpful. Very happy with the visit”
R.S. Oct 2014

“I arrived early but was given my appointment early which was great” H. Oct 2014

“Overall, a very prompt and efficient service” S.F. Oct 2014

“Very promptly seen to on arrival, whole process required minimal time which is excellent” S.H-M. Oct 2014

“Thank you for being so kind and helpful throughout. I had issues getting to the appointment and your kindness and patience was much appreciated” S.C. Oct 2014

“Quick and efficient” S.F.J. 2014

“Friendly, fast, professional service. Thank you” D.D. Jan 2014

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