"Great place when you're poorly."

About: Pinderfields General Hospital

My husband has Parkinson's and dementia was on ward 43 following a fall. He was treated with dignity and respect at all times. A health care assistant was assigned to his cubicle both day and night to keep an eye on him and his other bed mates. If he needed anything or got confused she was there to help him. This made me feel relaxed and confident that he was being taken care of. The nurses and the doctors were approachable and involve me in Normans care. A whole team of professionals all working together to assist Normans recovery. Very impressive.

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Response from Pinderfields General Hospital

Thank you very much indeed for this feedback. We really appreciate youir kind comments.

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