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Cork University Hospital

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Key findings

Cork University Hospital - Published November 2018

8.3 Out of 10

The majority of patients from Cork University Hospital generally said they were treated with respect and dignity and most had confidence in the hospital staff. However, many also said that they did not always get clear answers from nurses and did not always receive enough help from staff to eat their meals.

Respondents

846
Number of respondents
62.4
Average age
51%
Participation rate

Overall experience

17%
15%
Fair to poor
(0-6)
30%
30%
Good
(7-8)
53%
55%
Very Good
(9-10)

2017

2018

Stages of care

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Stages of care

Admission to hospital

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Care on the ward

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Examinations, diagnosis and treatments

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Discharge or transfer

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