"Bipolar Disorder well treated."

About: Parklands Hospital

I was in the hospital for about a month. I was treated like a king, my disorder was well looked after, and I was most impressed with the way all things were handled by the staff. I left the hospital because I suffered a double brain hemorrhage and was transferred to another hospital to have it evacuated and again to recover. The Bipolar Disorder was well in remission shortly afterwards and has stayed that way for a year now. I can't praise the staff of Parklands enough. They did so much to make me happy and look after me. The food was very good. The excursions were very good. They did so much to see that I was occupied and did not find myself bored. They really went to extremes to be helpful. I was not conscious when I left there, but I hope to be driving again soon and I look forward to being able to go back and thank whoever is left there for doing so much so cleverly and thoroughly.

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Response from Parklands Hospital

Thank you for your sharing your kind compliments regarding the care and treatment you received at Parklands Hospital. I have passed these details to the manager of the service, to share with the staff who helped to look after you, as they will be pleased to hear about your experience. I hope you continue to make a good recovery. Kind regards Julie White, Complaints and PALS, 02380 874065

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