Being a doctor is an honourable and responsible job but, above all, a huge privilege. This belief is a constant inspiration for my practice, which is run with honesty, empathy for my patients and plenty of common sense.
Dear Miss Cerovac, I can’t thank you enough for your brilliant surgery and the after care you have given me. Best wishes
Thank you Sonja for sorting out my arthritic hand with a trapeziectomy. This has gone extremely well and 5 weeks later there is hardly any scarring. You are brilliant thanks so much.
Dear Sonja, You did a tremendous ‘make over’. I feel really great instead of feeling embarrassed. I was delighted to meet you and felt extremely confident of your skills. Regards from a most appreciative patient
Thank you, Sonja, for a brilliant job to straighten my finger. Having had a less than satisfactory experience to correct Dupuytren’s contracture several years ago I especially appreciated the way you treated me as a partner in the process and gave detailed explanations, including things that might not be straightforward. You have excellent communications with the hand physio who supervised the rehab and any queries I had about appointments were dealt with immediately by your secretary. Four months on and I have a fully functioning hand with barely visible skin graft and other scarring. Thank you!
Seen very promptly by Sonja Cerovac. After a fall I sustained a large cut on my nose. Wound was still open 6 days after being sustained. After initial consultation on morning of 8th May she fitted me in for corrective surgery the same day. Amazing. 12 days on the dressing and sutures removed by Sonja. To my amazement there is virtually no visible scar. Her work is incredible I couldn’t be happier. Best money I’ve spent in years. Thank you.
Following a most unsatisfactory and uninspiring referral to St Helier Hospital, I was fortunate indeed to be referred to Ms Sonja Cerovac. She inspired confidence from the very first moment with her knowledge and professionalism. I would have no hesitation in referring any one requiring hand surgery to make a point of seeing her.