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257 Penhill Dr, Swindon SN2 5HN, UK – 01793 723130
Newburgh Pl, Highworth, Swindon SN6 7DN, UK – 01793 762218
Doctors & nurses are great, appt system easy to work & wait time is not bad, reception do their best in a difficult situation but support staff don't chase hospital appts nor return calls as they are meant to even when you are classified as urgent care - 3 months and still waiting and still chasing that return call!!! Here is hoping Dr suspected diagnosis is wrong as even he asked support staff to chase very disappointing how one lets down otherwise amazing clinic and taints whole perspective
11 Sheep St, Highworth, Swindon SN6 7AA, UK – 01793 762231
Did seem to have an issue with an ever revolving different dentist each time I visited. I am pleased to say the 'team' seems to be much more stable now though. Having said that all dentist both in the past and currently were/are always very professional and helpful. Hygienists are also all very pleasant and professional. I would have no hesitation in recommending this dental practice.
I have used this practice since 1981 and have seen nothing but ongoing improvement of service. The professionals I was booked with - The Dentist (Dr Richard Stevens) actually tells you what he is doing in a very informative manner, which I like and the Hygienist (Ceri) is most gentle but very very thorough in her work - which was most refreshing. This practice has improved in a creative helpful manner over the years and I have no hesitation in recommending this practice.