To me, the Wellington Hospital is like the Rolls Royce or the Four Seasons among the London hospitals....
My first encounter with the Wellington, was when I had an appointment with a specialist at the "Platinum Building" and the experience was really mind-blowing: for my "check-in" they sat me down and walked me through the administration process. Indeed, the quality of service I received from this one lady lived up to every Four Seasons standard - and having been trained by the former company, I know what I'm talking about!
In any case, I can really recommend the Wellington Hospital. In the past 6 months, I've been here for two different ailments: pain in my wrist (for which I saw specialist Elliot Sorene) and pain in my knee (for which I consulted with Howard Ware). And while the former condition was treated with some physiotherapy, I had to undergo surgery to alleviate the latter condition. I can recommend both specialists as they treated my conditions successfully.
What I really treasured most about the Wellington Hospital is the efficiency and the perfect service that you receive. There's no idle waiting and you always know what to do next, as the next staff is already following up on the previous step. It's amazing, how flawlessly they work together - like a well-orchestrated bee nest!
I have to say, that I am insured privately. And while the Wellington also treats NHS patients, I cannot comment on whether or not, they receive the same quality treatment.
The Welllington hospital is good unless you need emergency treatment. My beautiful daughter nearly died at the Wellington as they have no emergency anethitists . God help you in this hospital if you have an emergency
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