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My 86 yr old mother was seen by a Registrar on 7/3/13. He explained the issues about her kidney function very clearly to her, and listened to her and my questions carefully. The appointments were running late but he gave her his complete attention and did not rush through. He has a very caring and sensitive manner. She then saw a dietician who was also very good with her.

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