Advantages Excellent staff, very clean
Disadvantages Difficult parking, some may find it too large
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It’s unfortunate that I have the knowledge to enable me to write this review, but I do, so I feel I want to share my experience. After frequent visits to my local hospital I felt the care I received and the opinions given to me was not adequate so I made the decision o be put on a waiting list by my doctor to attend Leeds General Infirmary.The hospital is very large and made up of several different buildings with differing specialities. My appointments were alwats based in the Jubilee Wing or the Brotherton Wing.
From the toilets to the wards, the lifts to the waiting areas, everything was spotlessly clean. I can get a bit paranoid at the slightest hint of dirt (or worse!) in a hospital but I was perfectly confident here that cleanliness was a main priority, and this I feel is a massive boost to a patient/visitors confidence. It implies care and efficiency of the hospital.
=accessibility===As mentioned, the wings are extremely large. The Jubilee wing luckily has lifts quite close to the entrance to take people to their relevant floorts, although there can be a good walk to twhere they want to nbe.
No hospital is a wonderful place, but asd far as they go, this is the best I’ve come across. All aspects have left me with great confidence of this place and the great staff that make it. I have to attend hospital several times to receive certain medication and although this one is an hours drive from my home it is worth it!
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