"Bladder Prolapse Operation"

About: Worthing Hospital

I was admitted to Worthing Hospital for a bladder prolapse op on 19th Feb 2014 and from the moment I arrived I was put at ease. The anesthesist explained fully what would happen, as did the surgeon. I didn't feel rushed and could ask as many questions as I liked. After the op I was placed on the Gynaecology Day Unit for my overnight stay. This was because as Worthing was short of beds they opened up day wards and employed agency nurses (I believe this was the case) to staff the ward over night. Both the night staff and day staff were wonderful. Nothing was too much trouble and they were very thoughtful and caring.

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Response from Worthing Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to leave this feedback. Our teams work hard to deliver the highest standards of care and treatment but it is always reassuring to hear that your experience during such a busy time was so positive. We will ensure the teams involved in your care receive you comments. They will very much appreciate such kind words. Thank you once again

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