The practice is one of over 1,800 members of the Good Practice Scheme, which has now been running for over ten years and is UK dentistry's leading quality assurance programme. The Practice of the Year award is judged on criteria covering many aspects of practice management and care delivery, such as patient communications and the care pathway, health and safety and infection control, team training and team working, and corporate social responsibility.
We were delighted to have been shortlisted for this award in 2012
Camlough Dental Practice has been recognised with an award for excellent customer service for the sixth time by private healthcare search engine, WhatClinic.com, based on feedback by customers over a twelve month period.
WhatClinic awarded the top clinics across the country with awards for excellent customer service, superior satisfaction and consumer feedback. Customers rated clinics based on how well the clinic treated them, how quickly they were contacted and seen, and how happy they were with the treatment.
Camlough Dental Practice , Main Street, Camlough was honoured with the award due to their fantastic customer feedback a constant drive to better patient experience.
Billy Campbell, Principal Dentist today said; “We are delighted to be recognised for our commitment to customer service. As a practice, it is something we focus on in everything we do and to receive such positive feedback from our patients is great….
WhatClinic.com CEO Caelen King congratulated Camlough Dental Practice and said “Our awards are now in their 6th year and it’s great to see more clinics than ever reaching the high standards we set in order to receive this award.
“It’s the customer who selects our awards winners, by their clinic ratings and the feedback they leave about service and experience. We believe that empowering the patient with accurate information is the future of a successful healthcare market. With these awards we honour clinics that are dedicated to the highest level of customer care and consistently putting the needs of the patient first.”