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Reviews of Cabrini Hospital Malvern


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What I liked: "My father mother and I attended there today the service was brilliant and mr picks wife served us at reception they are so caring towards their patients and the service is brilliant . Just so amazing and welcoming everything was explained by dr Pick thankyou so much we are so relieved.Brilliant"

Patient who saw Dr. Adrian Pick in Cabrini Hospital Malvern

What I liked: "Really happy with the result, Ian and his staff were very caring."

I went for: Rhinoplasty

Patient who saw Dr. Ian Carlisle in Cabrini Hospital Malvern

What I liked: "Excellent explanation and fantastic surgeon, who is caring and professional."

I went for: Carotid Artery Blockage

Patient who saw Dr. Joy Wong in Cabrini Hospital Malvern

What I liked: "Dr Ian Carlisle is the most amazing doctor, he has a kind heart, and cares about his patients, he loved what he does and is not about the money, his work is amazing and his level of aftercare is impeccable, I highly recommend him to anyone thinking of getting any surgery done"

Could improve: "No improvement needed, absolutely faultless"

I went for: Breast augmentation and rhinoplasty

Patient who saw Dr. Ian Carlisle in Cabrini Hospital Malvern

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Colonlytely has been in short supply lately.
Glycoprep is similar in composition
We use MoviPrep for colonoscopy preparation in our practice which works very well.

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Dr. Leon Fisher


I agree with Dr Thomas. Localisation with ultrasound is only required if your doctor is unable to locate the device by feeling for it.

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Dr. Mark Petris

Gynaecologist, Obstetrician