Hospitals Rated

Rate and Review your experience of Hospital Care in the UK

Rate your Hospital Experience

A sample rating from Hospitals Rated

A sample rating from Hospitals Rated

Rate your Hospital Experiences on Hospitals Rated.

The Hospital Ratings page – here is where you can rate your hospital experience.  You can give the hospital a straight star rating out of 10 and/or use the multiple rating facility to give a detailed review of your hospital experience.

Please note – you can only rate a hospital once – so rate as accurately as you can.  You can use the Forum to make suggestions and to air your views about hospital care in the UK.

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Advertising Rates on Hospitals Rated

Hospitals Rated is happy to host adverts.  Please Contact Us if you would like a special position on the website or if you need different categories to be created to accommodate your ad.

Here are the advertising prices for listings on Hospitals Rated:

Business Directory Listings:  £499.00 p/a for all categories.

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Classified Listings in Healthcare Products etc…

Payment Term Ads Allowed Images Allowed Characters Allowed Duration Price
Ad Fees – Pay for a single Ad
  1 12 7500 7 Days 9.00
  1 20 12000 7 Days 18.00
  1 12 7500 30 Days 36.00
  1 20 12000 30 Days 72.00
  1 12 7500 6 Months 199.00
  1 20 12000 6 Months 399.00
  1 12 7500 12 Months 398.00
  1 20 12000 12 Months 795.00
Subscription Plans – Pay for several Ads
 
Create up to 5 ads on Hospitals Rated
5 4 7500 1 Year 625.00
 
Create multiple *Featured* ads (up to 100) in the Healthcare Products etc… section of Hospitals Rated
100 4 7500 1 Year 8,500.00
 
Create up to 5 *Featured* ads on Hospitals Rated
5 4 7500 1 Year 875.00
 
Create up to 10 ads on Hospitals Rated
10 4 7500 1 Month 750.00
 
Create up to 10 ads on Hospitals Rated
10 4 7500 1 Year 1,250.00
 
Create up to 10 *Featured* ads on Hospitals Rated
10 4 7500 1 Month 1,300.00
 
Create up to 10 *Featured* ads on Hospitals Rated
10 4 7500 1 Year 1,750.00
 
Create multiple *Featured* ads (up to 25) in the Healthcare Products etc… section of Hospitals Rated
25 4 7500 1 Month 2,250.00
 
Create multiple ads (up to 100) in the Healthcare Products etc… section of Hospitals Rated
100 4 7500 1 Year 6,500.00
 
Create multiple ads (up to 25) in the Healthcare Products etc… section of Hospitals Rated
25 4 7500 1 Month 1,250.00
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Rate Your Experience of Hospital Care

Rate Your Experience of Hospital Care on Hospitals Rated.

Here is your chance to give feedback, completely anonymously, on your experience of Hospital Care in the UK.

Go to our Hospital Ratings Page – here is where you can rate your hospital experience.  You can give the hospital a straight star rating out of 10 and/or use the multiple rating facility to give a detailed review of your hospital experience.

Please Note: You can only rate a hospital once – so please rate as accurately as you can.

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Hospitals Rated – Launched Today!

We are pleased to announce the launch of Hospitals Rated!

Rate your experience of Hospital care on Hospitals Rated:

  • Were you treated like Royalty?
  • Did the staff care, or were they just going through the motions?
  • Was the food great, or was it just about edible?
  • Were you kept informed in a way you could understand?
  • Were you in and out too quickly?
  • Would you recommend your hospital to friends and relations?

About Hospitals Rated:

We have no particular axe to grind or issue to pursue. We love the NHS and have personally benefited from this service many times.

We did however identify that there was no easy to use facility to rate your experience of Hospital Care, good or bad, Private or NHS.

We hope that Hospitals Rated will fill that gap.

We want this website to be authoritative and useful, so any suggestions for improvements or comments about this website are very welcome.

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Guide rates best and worst hospitals in 2011

The Dr Foster Guide rates best and worst hospitals in 2011

The Daily Telegraph  revealed the findings of the latest Dr Foster Hospital Guide. The guide, published annually, closely scrutinises a range of healthcare data to measure hospital performance and detect trends that could save lives.
As well as listing the hospital trusts in England that score above and below average on a range of different mortality measures, this year’s guide also found that:

  • The rate of patient deaths in England is 20% lower than it was 10 years ago, in part because of improved hospital care.
  • For certain conditions, patients admitted to hospital at the weekend are less likely to get treated quickly and have a higher chance of dying.
  • Hospitals that perform certain operations infrequently pose a significantly greater risk to patients than those which carry out high numbers of the operation.
  • Patient comments and ratings, such as those gathered by NHS Choices, provide a valuable insight into standards of hospital care.
  • Rationalisation and networking of hospital services, to create 24/7 centres of expertise in areas such treatment for stroke, saves lives.

The report also showed that the best-performing hospitals were generally in the south of England, while those found to be the poorest performers were mostly in the north. However, the report did not examine why this was the case.

Who is Dr Foster?

Dr Foster Intelligence is a joint venture between the Department of Health and Dr Foster Holdings LLP and their research partners at Imperial College London. It aims to improve the quality and efficiency of health and social care through better use of information. It provides comparative information on health and social care services to health professionals and organisations to help improve the standard of healthcare.
The 2011 report is the tenth Dr Foster Hospital Guide to be published. Further details are available here…

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