The Horder Centre

Telephone: 01892 665577
Address: St. Johns Road, Orthopaedic Centre of Excellence, Crowborough, East Sussex, TN6 1XP
Website: http://www.horderhealthcare.co.uk

5 out of 5 stars

Based on 163 ratings for this clinic

Overview

The Horder Centre

Providing specialist orthopaedic care available through the NHS in a clean, safe, reliable and personal environmentThe Horder Centre provides orthopaedic surgery and the treatment of musculo-skeletal (joint and muscle) conditions, including rheumatology and neurology. The Centre is a registered charity, based in Crowborough, East Sussex. It has three operating theatres, individual rooms and support services including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, radiography and MRI scanning.

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Services

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Quality of service at The Horder Centre

Friends and Family Test : Inpatient

99%Patients who would recommend this hospital as a place to be treated. 95 responses.

Latest reviews of this organisation

Arthroscopy of the knee

An excellent experience throughout: the initial out-patient consultation, the pre-operative assessment, then the operation itself, done a...

19 October 2014

Excellent care at all times

I was an inpatient in 2012 and have had follow up care ever since. Cannot fault my treatment.

8 October 2014

Have been many times

Have been a patient over many years. Both in and out. Have always been very pleased with my treatment from all members of staff.

1 October 2014

Happy so far

I have just had an arthroscopy on my knee and I am still waiting to see if I need further treatment. I am not comfortable yet! I have ho...

17 September 2014

Happy with treatment

I too have been very happy with the physiotherapy I have received as an outpatient at the Horder Centre. I too self referred.

17 September 2014

Last updated on 04 June 2013.

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