"The care of my mother was out standing"

About: The Royal Liverpool University Hospital

My mother was admitted to A&E at 2am, where she was diagnosed with Pancritis. She was in a very poor state, but was looked after by the doctors & nurses in A&E who showed compassion and skill in her stay in A&E She was then moved to Ward 5 B where she spent 3 weeks, in them 3 weeks at least one of her family where with her 24/7 and saw how hard the doctors and nurses worked. They showed a great empathy and compassion for our mother in the last weeks of her life. I would also like to thank the palliative care team who where fantastic and a rock to us, in our sad time. I can honestly say that everyone we came into contact with at the Royal Hospital was fantastic, and I have nothing but praise for the hard working staff of Ward 5 B. Thank you

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Response from The Royal Liverpool University Hospital

Thank you very much for your kind comment, we have passed this on to staff. Please accept our condolences at this difficult time for you.

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