"My father was admitted to Ranmore ..."

About: Dorking General Hospital

(as a relative),

What I liked My father was admitted to Ranmore Ward at Dorking Hospital during his final few weeks before he died from cancer. The staff at Ranmore Ward were extremely professional and a credit to their nursing profession. At all times they treated my father great dignity and respect and made his final few weeks as comfortable as they possibly could. What could be improved? Nothing. The nursing staff on Ranmore Ward are a credit to their profession. They treat the patient and the patients family very well and nothing is too much trouble for them. Anything else? I do not feel there was anything more the team of nursing staff on Ranmore Ward could have done to make my fathers few weeks more comfortable. They treat everyone, patient and family, with great respect and dignity. Nothing was to much trouble and they are very welcoming. If I have ever have the misfortune to be in hospital I only hope it is somewhere where the nursing staff are as professional and caring as the staff at Ranmore Ward.

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