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About: West Middlesex University Hospital

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I would like to thank the staff at West Mid A&E department for the most amazing service. I injured my hand two days ago and usually think nothing of it and just wait for things to heal. A work colleague suggested I have a tetanus jab as it had been so long since I had my last one over 25 years and I got the wound from a very dirty soil pipe. I signed in at A&E at 1am on Friday Aug 30 and by 1.15 I was leaving having been reassured, and treated in the most polite, helpful and efficient way imaginable. my nurse was really supportive as Im diabetic and was a little worried how it might affect my blood sugars. This may be an incredible exception to the Friday night norm, but for me it was a brilliant experience and my thanks go out to the department and in particular my nurse. Kindest regards John Osborne

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Response from West Middlesex University Hospital

Dear Mr Osborne, Thank you very much for your kind comments about our experiences in our A&E department. We appreciate all patient feedback, and your comments have been shared with the A&E team. We hope that you are feeling better and have made a full recovery. Moreblessing Zvorwadza, Matron for A&E.

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