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Ennis Hospital

Key findings

Ennis Hospital - Published November 2018

9.2 Out of 10

Most patients at Ennis Hospital were given clear explanations of procedures and their families were able to talk to a doctor when needed. However, a number of patients felt they did not have enough time to speak to a doctor and were not adequately informed about the side effects of their medication.

Respondents

59
Number of respondents
71.9
Average age
47%
Participation rate

Overall experience

5%
2%
Fair to poor
(0-6)
34%
18%
Good
(7-8)
61%
80%
Very Good
(9-10)

2017

2018

Stages of care

Patient talking to a doctor
Doctor holding up an x-ray
Patient talking to a doctor

Stages of care

Care on the ward

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Patient talking to a doctor

Examinations, diagnosis and treatments

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Doctor holding up an x-ray

Discharge or transfer

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Patient talking to a doctor

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