"My treatment at Queens Hospital, Burton"

About: Queen's Hospital, Burton Upon Trent

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I was referred to The Queens by my GP as an emergency when I became very jaundiced and and subsequently had an operation carried out to remove my gall bladder which was carried out competently I also went in as an emergency patient when I experienced severe memory loss. In the ED I had x-rays and a head scan, I saw a consultant three days later who explained the problem. No treatment was necessary. I have now been in The Queens three times and have been more than satisfied with my treatment. My mother in law is in the hospital at the moment and is being well cared for, the Consultant even rang my wife today to explain what was happening. I think the Keogh report is doing a caring hospital a grave injustice. .

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Response from Queen's Hospital, Burton Upon Trent

Many thanks for your positive comments regarding your treatment at Burton Hospitals. It is wonderful to hear that your stay in hospital met your needs and we are delighted that you have taken the time to share your experiences and feedback with us. Your comments will be passed on to the relevant staff and departments that have been involved with your care.

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