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Whipps Cross University Hospital Maternity Unit

Whipps Cross Rd, London E11 1NR, UK – 020 8539 5522

My wife has had both our children at Whipps and the staff were attentive, caring and always at hand. The birthing unit is a specialist place where everything is catered for. Thanks to all the amazing midwives and doctors who helped bring our children into the world

I have had my 3 children at Whipps and each time the care has been fantastic. Each time staff were excellent, professional, caring and positive. I am just home after quite a traumatic c section and I cannot sing the praises of the medical team in the operating theatre and all the midwives who provided after care they were all brilliant I am safe and recovering and baby is safe and vary happy. We can't thank the team enough. We MUST fight for our NHS and those who work tirelessly within it. Thank you Whipps for bringing my beautiful family safely into this world.

Wanstead Hospital

Makepeace Rd, London E11 1UU, UK – 020 8532 2711

Excellent new facilities. This is the 2nd time I’ve had blood taken here. 1st time I had to wait 2, yes that’s 2 minutes. This time it was fairly full and I waited 30 minutes. Very professional and a good advert for how it looks when the NHS gets it right. Well done.

My fiance had her ankle operation and then they send her for rehabilitation here. The staff was helpful and everything was perfectly fine now with her leg after just a few sessions of rehabilitation. We would like to tell a huge THANK YOU to all the staff.

Whipps Cross University Hospital

Whipps Cross Rd, Leytonstone, London E11 1NR, UK – 020 8539 5522

Unfortunately had to use children's A & E lately and staff etc were fantastic. Friends have also said the same when they have used this service. Took someone to adult a & e and again fantastic apart from long waiting time which was no refection on the brilliant staff that work extremely hard and were so friendly and helpful. Really appreciate having this hospital nearby. Thank you.

A George V (1917) rambling hospital though modernised. Respiratory Medicine is excellent and sent me for a lifesaving operation and have checkups every 6 months. On the other hand I was admitted to Urology, caught an infection there which caused serious complications which made me on antibiotics for 4 months, nasty nasty ward. Services like x-rays,scans,cardiac, nuclear medicine etc are excellent.

Local hospitals - community hospitals and hospitals with A&E departments for E17.

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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