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White Cliff Mill St, Blandford Forum DT11 7BH, UK – 01258 452501
I always feel like this place is hit and miss. There are some friendly doctors who are willing to listen and help but unfortunately there are some unhelpful doctors which have low interest in helping you. Much prefer my old doctors surgery.
Very good. l have had no reason to complain.
White Cliff Mill St, Blandford Forum DT11 7DQ, UK – 01258 453171
Cannot ask for better health care.most helpful staff!!
Polite and efficient what more do you want
5 Tabernacle Walk, Blandford Forum DT11 7DL, UK – 01258 452451
Me first ever visit to a chiropodist was arranged at short notice (45 minutes) and provided a welcome example of personal service at the highest level. From a welcoming and efficient receptionist to a skilled and professional chiropodist who left me after a very short period of time able to break into a canter for the first time in many years. (Satisfied new client aged 76).
Milldown Rd, Blandford Forum DT11 7DD, UK – 01258 456541
I had foot surgery at this hospital. The whole experience was like visiting the spa in a 5 star hotel. The staff were very friendly and so professional. I have never felt so important or so well cared for. I am very grateful to Mr McCulloch and his Team for the care and treatment I received.
I suspect it is hard to love a nurse. We get up early or we work all night. We come home late and are too tired to cook. We work extra because we know there are sick people who need us. We miss weekend events, holidays, birthdays. We don't get too excited over your minor "boo-boo". We have seen far worse. We don't want to talk when we come home. We have talked all day. We don't want to move when we come home. We have moved all day. It may seem that we have left all our caring, our heart, and our love at work, then have come home to you empty. We probably have. But we don't tell you that many times at work that we are mired by anxiety, we are scared. Scared we are missing something. Scared we will let our patient down or worse. Scared that we'll have to deal with angry or violent patients and families. We don't tell you how the staffing crisis makes us cry on the way to work, to do a job we love, but now we are terrified to do because it is breaking us down while putting the most vulnerable at risk. I suspect it is hard to love a nurse, but know this: Your nurse needs your love. Needs your understanding. Needs to know that you "get it". Needs to be the one taken care of every once and a while. Needs someone else to take charge of the details because doing it herself constantly is exhausting. Needs his/her feet rubbed. (Hint hint) Needs a shoulder to cry on when she can't even tell you why she's grieving. Needs you to do the hardest work you may ever do, which is to love a nurse. I would like to thank those of you out there who love us and let us do this work, this calling, this life: Nursing.💜💙💚💛🧡❤️ Copy and paste if you are nurse or love a nurse!!!.....I am not a nurse 👩⚕️🏨 #copied
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