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We provide outstanding patient experiences

As a nationally recognised hospital of excellence in plastic, reconstructive, ophthalmic and maxillofacial surgery, we have demonstrated ourselves to be: effective, responsive, caring, safe and well-led. Recently rated ‘good’ by the CQC, we are committed to treating our patients and each other with kindness, respect and dignity resulting in life-changing outcomes. 

Read our patient testimonials

Find out what it’s like to be a patient, from the people who matter the most.

Patient Testimonials

  • A Mr TC Teo patient

    Breast Enlargement / Augmentation | The McIndoe Centre

    “Thank you for all your hard work and help. You have given me confidence I thought I’d never have, it’s truly changed my life”

  • A Miss Elena Prousskaia patient

    Breast Asymmetry | The McIndoe Centre

    "As soon as we met Elena she put me at ease and confirmed that I had the condition I thought I had and talked me through how it could be corrected. I was so impressed with her knowledge and experience as well as the rapport I had with her. I made the decision there and then to go ahead with the surgery. I have not looked back since. My surgical experience was nothing short of excellent. She takes as much time as needed to ensure a perfect result . She not only takes the time in surgery but also after to ensure you have the best aftercare and advice too."

  • A Mr Asit Khandwala patient

    Nose Reshaping (Rhinoplasty) | The McIndoe Centre

    "Dr Khandwala is an incredible surgeon. He is patient, understanding, caring, honest and funny. He did an amazing rhinoplasty on myself which was quite a tricky procedure. The results are fantastic and I am very very happy it is life changing."

  • Beverley Garland

    Arm Lift (Brachioplasty) | The McIndoe Centre

    "I think from the moment I had the surgery, my confidence returned. I’m so proud of my arms and keep showing them off. I can’t wait to go on holiday in October and be able to dress for the weather rather than hiding in a cardigan in 40-degree heat.”

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