RECENTLY there have been some rather adverse letters about Weston general Hospital.
RECENTLY there have been some rather adverse letters about Weston general Hospital. The writers obviously think their comments are justified but I can only speak from experience and wish to balance these letters with my own experience.
On the evening of July 7 my husband collapsed. He was quickly taken to Weston hospital where the emergency staff worked for a number of hours to save his life.
The doctors and nurses couldn't have been more caring and helpful, not just to Ray but to keep the family and myself fully informed throughout an awful night. Ray was then transferred to the intensive care unit where he received the best care possible.
The nursing staff and doctors on that ward, and then after eight days on Hutton ward were so caring and professional. We can't thank them all enough. Thank you Weston General Hospital from the bottom of our hearts.
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Our thanks go also to the rapid response team, a little known team of nurses caring for patients in their own homes after a stay in hospital, and lastly, but by no means least, to Dr Paul for his care and support.
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