Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

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51 Little France Crescent
Old Dalkeith Road
EH16 4SA

Phone: 0131 536 1000

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8 user review(s)

Gold starGold starGold starGold starGold star by (Kirkcaldy) on 17 January 2017
I was invited to the infirmary to undergo an angiogram. From the beginning I was made to fell comfortable cared for and welcome. The nurses clinicians and doctors were the best. I always pull peoples legs; I find that it relaxes me and relaxes those attending to me and it did so in spades, every one had a great sense of humour; their chuckle muscles were in full vigour. I have no complaints about the professionals, however, directions to the department could have been much much better (5/5)

Gold starGold starGold starGold starGold star by (london, Britain) on 26 August 2015
I am in Edinburgh for a week and on Monday 24th August I attended an out of hours appointment through 111 at the Royal Infirmary OPD6 as I was ver concerned about a finger swollen as a result of an insect bite. I saw Nurse Practitioner Luke Morgan and a woman doctor whose name I'm afraid I don't know. Both were extremely helpful, clear and non patronising and NP Morgan in particular very kindly and subtly reduced my high level of anxiety when I arrived, and also gave me some good practical advice. The hospital in general felt clean and friendly. Full marks to both, but in particular those two! Leatrice Bailey (5/5)

Gold starGold starGold starGold starGold star by (Belfast) on 19 September 2014
5-10 mins after phone call ambulance arrived. The paramedics were efficient and friendly. On arrival at the hospital I found the nursing staff to be the same. An excellent service all round. (5/5)

Gold starGold starGold starGold starGrey star by (Tallahassee, FL, USA) on 27 February 2013
While on vacation in Edinburgh in April, 2012, I fell injuring my right leg. The attention & care I received was first rate! The emergency personnel only confirmed what I already discovered about the wonderful people of Scotland. I am a very proud American of Scottish ancestry. Thank you again!! (4/5)

Gold starGold starGold starGold starGrey star by (edinburgh) on 27 August 2012
Thank you so very much, for saving Elo's life.. did you know that angels do not die... God Bless you all.. you are appreciated for the wonderful service you provide..;-) (4/5)

Gold starGold starGold starGold starGold star by (Fife) on 5 January 2012
No I am going for excellent. I only stumbled across this chance to feed back as I am trying to trace a client who has been admitted to the NRI!My son injured himself (begining of June 2011)and self diagnosed overnight. In the morning he called me and I left work to take him to A&E at the NRI. He was seen quickly, taken very seriously and handled superbly by all who dealt with him on that day. To him the injury was immense given his sporting aspirations. He subsequently receieved a text asking him to come in for a scan on the saturday, he was then booked in for surgery the next again Friday after another consultation with the surgical team (mr White I think?)thus making the time from initial visit to A&E to surgery under 2.5 weeks. He then had superb follow up care (physio) and was offered a choice of physio at either the NRI or WGH-he chose the WGH for convenience. He then had months of twice weekly lower limb rehab, which combined with his own rigorous efforts (attending the gym daily to do upperboddy work and maintain a level of strength and fittness) and regain full flexability/use has resulted in him being back on the running track with his squad by late Nov/early December. We are eternally greatful for such a joined up response to his needs. Hence the 5. I mean even on surgery day I was able to drop him at NRI at 7.30am, drop my daughter at school in edinburgh by 7.50am and was at my desk by 8.10am! Now that is a fine service. He hopes to make GB selection for the Bob sleigh Team and will be fit for trials by mid summer. that all seemed pretty remote back in June. Well done Team Varry McCullough Young (mum!) (5/5)

Gold starGold starGold starGold starGrey star by (Edinburgh) on 6 December 2011
The out of hours GP led service at the Royal was fantastic, very quick and couteous. However when moved to the assessment unit the problem is that after 48 hrs there has been no assessment done!! (4/5)

Gold starGold starGold starGold starGrey star by (Bonnyrigg) on 31 December 2009
I spent an overnight stay here and was very impressed by the standard of care provided by very busy staff. (4/5)

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