"First class nursing"

About: Queen's Hospital, Burton Upon Trent

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I have just been an inpatient at Queens Hospital with asthma. I was transferred from A&E to AAC, Short Stay and finally ward 4. For the 5 days I was there, I can only describe as being in awe at the gentle care, consideration and efficiency of the entire nursing/health care team. Simple things like being woken gently in the night for observations meant a lot. Being of an anxious nature, I could easily have found the situation distressing. Yet, these down to earth, friendly people made it bearable. I have a huge respect for them. The food was lovely too. I wish to thank them all so much for their help.

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Response from Queen's Hospital, Burton Upon Trent

Thank you for taking the time to post your comments. We are delighted that you were happy with the care and treatment you received during your stay. All of our staff aim to provide high quality care in a professional, caring and courteous manner and care for their patients as they too would expect to be treated. We shall pass on your comments to all the teams that were involved with your care.

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