Mr Andrew Hextall, Consultant Gynaecologist wins iWantGreatCare 2018 award

14 April 2018

We are delighted to announce that Mr Andrew Hextall, Consultant Gynaecologist here at Spire Harpenden Hospital has been awarded the iWantGreatCare Certificate of Excellence 2018. Mr Hextall treats all aspects of gynaecology and urogynaecology, regular treatments include dealing with menopause, periods, bladder problems and pelvic pain.

iWantGreatCare is an independent and trustworthy healthcare review site, allowing patients to leave anonymous feedback on the level of care they receive from consultants. Similar to reviewing restaurants and holidays, it allows other individuals who may be considering the service to read honest reviews and make their decisions based upon this. Only a handful of UK clinicians receive this award, recognising their high quality, expert care delivered to all patients.

Mr Hextall says: “I’ve been practising as a consultant for 16 years now, both privately and at local hospitals, and I pride myself on doing the very best for every patient. The last 50 consecutive patients have all rated me five stars and would recommend me to a family member or friend, from this I received so many lovely comments which are much appreciated. I believe it’s very important for patients to feel at ease when discussing their health and having trust in their consultant is key. iWantGreatCare is an excellent way for patients to voice their honest opinions and I am delighted to have been recognised in this way.”

Mr Hextall is a well-known consultant practising at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust as well as privately here at Spire Harpenden Hospital with regular clinics. 

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