"Good care but understaffed at St James"

About: St James's University Hospital / Diabetic medicine

(as the patient),

I was rushed to St James hospital for the treatment of diabetic ketoacidosis. I had been vomiting for 2 weeks prior to going into hospital and had lost nearly 2 stone.

The care I received was very good and I was feeling better in a couple of days.

The nurses were understaffed - they were always very busy and didn't really seem to have enough time to look after all of the patients on the ward.

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Response from Leeds PCT

Thank you for taking the time to share your experiences at St James's Hospital. I am glad to hear that the care you received was good and that you are now feeling better.

I shall pass your comments, and concerns about staffing levels, onto the Patient Relations Manager at the hospital

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