"a+e then coranary care unit"

About: The Royal Victoria Infirmary

I had twice been to GP in Jarrow and was told I needed a test on my heartbeat it was fast and iregular my g.P said I did drive myself to south tyneside general but waited 3 hours to see doctor I did leave and drive myself to RVI in newcastle where although busy in a+e was seen after only 1 and 1/2 hours taken to the coranary care unit and then onto ward 51 very good nursing and doctors and left feeling a lot better than I had when admited I had been dizzyness and pain to my shoulder only but I can I think blame that on a serious brain injury I had in 2004 great work lifesaving the r.V.I is highly recomended by myself just a great hospital and superb staffing levels

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Response from The Royal Victoria Infirmary

Thank you for taking the time to post your complimentary comments on the NHS Choices website. We have passed your feedback on to all of the wards and departments involved in the care during your admission, all of who are encouraged by your kind words. We are all pleased that you are feeling better following your admission.

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