"I left the hospital knowing that I could..."

About: Basildon University Hospital

What I liked

I felt that I was slowly falling into the death when I arrived.

I just did not have the strength to react but was called gently immediately, treated so well

that I fell that nothing bad could happen here.

I just let my confidence admire the medics and close my eyes as I could not breath properly.

Then after a while, I slowly recovered ...

The nurses looked after me, a nice meal was offered with such a nice smile ... Then the doctor

came bringing the results and the pharmacist brought me the tablets.

Nothing cannot be done for me but the respect and kindness were better than any treatment.

I would like to thank everybody wholeheartedly.

See you next time.

11th June 2011

brigitte verhauwaert

What could be improved

The best has been done.

Story from nhs.uk

Responses

Response from Basildon University Hospital 4 years ago
Basildon University Hospital
Submitted on 25/02/2016 at 09:36
Published on nhs.uk on 26/02/2016 at 01:31


We have noticed that a number of comments posted on the NHS Choices some time ago did not receive a posted response from the Trust, for which we offer our sincere apologies.

We would like to assure you that at the time your comments were posted they were shared with the relevant departments.

Feedback from patients and/or their relatives/carers is always welcomed (negative or positive) whether it is showing appreciation for the care and treatment received or expressing concerns or offering suggestions to improve practices at the hospital.

  • {{helpful}} {{helpful == 1 ? "person thinks" : "people think"}} this response is helpful
Opinions
Next Response j
Previous Response k

Keyboard Shortcuts

Navigation
Shortcut Help ?
Go to Home g + h
Go to Tell Your Story g + t
Go to About Us g + a
Actions
Focus Search Box /