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Midland Regional Hospital Tullamore

Key findings

Midland Regional Hospital Tullamore - Published November 2018

8.5 Out of 10

Several areas of good experience were identified at Midland Regional Hospital Tullamore, such as being treated with dignity and respect and trusting hospital staff. Patients also identified several areas needing improvement, such as communication relating to examinations, diagnosis and treatments.

Respondents

408
Number of respondents
65.4
Average age
53%
Participation rate

Overall experience

10%
13%
Fair to poor
(0-6)
28%
27%
Good
(7-8)
62%
61%
Very Good
(9-10)

2017

2018

Stages of care

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

Stages of care

Admission to hospital

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Couple entering a hospital

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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