"My Pancreatitus from A&E to Ward"

About: Warwick Hospital

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I was addmitted to A&E on the 11th Jun with Abdominal pain, Dr's checked me out and was addimtted to the ward. Had Xrays and later an Ultrasound check, all about 2 hours. As I am a Coeliac (Gluten Free) I was able to eat from a gluten free menue, once I was able to eat after 3/4 days... the food was very good - outstanding!! I noticed that the food is prepared in the Hospitals' own kitchen and was localy sourced... Well done. During my stay on Hatton Ward (7 days) I was cared for by the Nurses who were great. As for the Hospital... it will be my first choice. cleanliness and caring, the grounds are good where you can seat on benches with shubery & flowers etc... My discharge was very organised...... Thanks Warwick Hospital..... and the Nurses on Hatton Ward...

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Response from Warwick Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to write these kind comments. I will pass these on to the staff on Hatton Ward.

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