Rochdale Ophthalmology CATS
Rochdale Ophthalmology CATS

At Rochdale Ophthalmology CATS we’re committed to monitoring patient welfare and satisfaction, as well as continuous improvement in everything we do. We strive to record every patient’s level of satisfaction with the service, treatment and care they receive by asking them to complete a quick survey.

Patients often add their own comments about their experience of the service. Here’s what they’ve been saying about us.

You can provide your feedback quickly and easily through our Feedback form.

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Please thank all the staff involved in the Lens Replacement Clinic for the excellent care and attention I have received from the first appointment to the completion of the work on Tuesday 10 June. The eye was superb the next morning and I felt very well, despite having been nervous about the procedure. Each member of staff have been friendly, helpful and encouraging, and whilst I was apprehensive, I actually relaxed completely during the operation. Many thanks and best wishes to all those employed in this excellent service.
Mrs Maureen Cooper, MBE, June, 2014
Having just completed treatment for cataract removal and subsequent implants by Mrs Karen Goodall and her team, I can not thank them enough for their consideration and proficiency. I would recommend anyone considering cataract surgery to arrange a consultation as soon as possible whilst the waiting time is so short. I can now see better than any time in my life, many thanks to all concerned.
Mr Colin Short, April, 2014

 

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