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i had a miscarriage on tuesday where i went to a&e at ngh staff wS great been a registered nurse myself i.umderstand procedures etc. however on transfer to g1 the nurse said cant she walk as was in a wheelchair. the nurses were sat at the nurses station. i asked to use the phone was told wheres your phone as it was dead. anyways before the doctor had been i was told my hcg was 16 very low i knew i was miscarrying. anyways the way the staff spoke to me was horrific no care or compassion im a nurse wouldnt dream of speaking to a patient how they would. went back today for repeat hcg which hca did however no nurse came to speak to me reguarding further questions etc which i had. the way the nurses acted was discusting. fantastic hcas!! and the wait for a dr to review blood is yoo long

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Response from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback about the care you received on G1 and I am sorry that this was not of the high quality that we would expect our patients to receive.

If you would like us to formally investigate your concerns and receive a response back from the Chief Executive please contact our Patient Services Team on 0114 271 2400 or pst@sth.nhs.uk and they will take further details.

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