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Our patients love King Edward VII's. In 2017, 98% of patients said they would recommend us to friends and family.

The treatment I received from all the staff was superb. It felt more like a 5 star hotel, especially at meal times!”

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News December 7, 2018

The latest advancements in hernia mesh repair

Here we speak to Mr Barry Paraskeva, hernia specialist and surgeon here at King Edward VII’s Hospital. He shares the latest insights into hernia treatment, and explains more about hernia repair using surgical mesh.

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News November 23, 2018

Preparing for ski season: Common ski injuries and how to prevent them

If you’re an avid skier you’ll know it can be a fun and hugely exhilarating pastime. However, skiing can also be classed as an extreme sport. And for good reason too. Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon Mr Sam Oussedik explains what the most common ski injuries are and how you can help prepare yourself for ski season to reduce your risk of injury.

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King Edward VII’s Hospital is very proud of it's long tradition of the highest standards of healthcare and service

The report by the CQC in August 2017 highlighted areas of great care, particularly in our nursing care and responsiveness to individual needs, but also identified where we can improve. We have taken this feedback as an opportunity for learning and growth and have worked hard to strengthen our leadership, governance and internal systems to be able to better capture and evidence the quality care we provide.

We don’t just want to pass an inspection, we want to be outstanding every day for every patient.  We seek feedback from patients, service users, staff, regulators and others as a vital way to ensure we remain a dependable and highly professional charitable Hospital.

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