About: Fairfield General Hospital

Attended for an echocardiogram on the 2nd January and asked for a copy of the results to be sent to me. Having heard nothing back by the end of January a couple of phone calls to the department resulted in a receiving on the 15 February a copy of the results sent to my GP. This stated that I had 'severe mitral regurgitation'. On subsequently visiting my GP to discuss this I found that the results sent to him made no mention of severe regurgitation. How can one test lead to two different sets of results, and which is right?

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Response from Fairfield General Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to leave your comment regarding your visit to the Cardiology department at Fairfield General Hospital. We are sorry to read your comment referring to two different results received. If you wish to discuss your concerns, please contact the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) on 0161 604 5897. We will also forward your comment to the department manager.

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