We believe that our hospital provides outstanding care to patients needing treatment, but don’t take our word for it; see what others think about the services we deliver.
Read a selection of our patient testimonials below, and discover the positive impact that treatment with us can have on your quality of life through the personal stories of previous patients.
A Worksop man has been one of the first patients to get a new knee and return home on the same day thanks to pioneering joint replacement surgery.
A familiar face in the Humberside and Nottinghamshire farming communities is looking forward to returning to horse-riding after having a hip replacement at just 49. Rachel Adamson farms 330 acres in Cottingham with her husband Dave, and for 28-years has been Group Secretary for the North Nottinghamshire National Farmers Union. She said: “It started three […]
A 90-year-old from Rotherham is back enjoying his life, pain-free and with a new knee, after his first ever hospital stay, and his family are delighted with the care he received. Michael Tierney, from Parkgate, had been living in pain for several years as arthritis eroded his knee joint. The pain made it hard to […]
A retired Derby secondary school teacher, who spent two years barely able to walk, is back spending the summer on the golf course after surgeons removed a piece of bone that was trapping a nerve in his spine. Mr Wyn Griffiths, 67, who spent many years teaching Sociology and Economics at John Port School explained: […]
More than 40 years after a horrific crash, Geoffrey Oldknow is looking forward to a summer riding around the Peak District on his motor bike, thanks to surgery at Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre.
A young Conference League referee who was struck down by crippling back pain is about to head back onto the pitch following spinal surgery at Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre.
The team at Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre have been astounded by the recovery of a patient who is back at the gym just over two weeks after a complete knee replacement.
Most of us may consider celebrating our 80th birthday with a nice meal and a generous glass of wine, but for one man from Barnsley, the lure of conquering Britain’s three highest peaks was stronger.
The thought of undergoing a full hip replacement at the age of 80 might cause anxiety. For someone who is registered blind that anxiety might be even greater.
With two new hips, knees and surgery just about to take place on his shoulder, Guy Gibbs may sound like Lincoln’s own bionic man, but the former nurse and lifelong keep fit devotee is just grateful to be on the road to recovery after years of debilitating pain.