"A credit to the NHS"

About: Lincoln County Hospital / Accident and emergency

(as the patient),

I was advised to attend A&E by my GP after feeling unwell and showing some symptoms that could have pointed to a minor stroke. On arrival at the department my details were taken and I was quickly seen by a health professional. The Nurse Practitioner was very thorough on her assessment and I was able to get tests undertaken and the results while at the hospital. This was very reassuring for what could have been a frightening time. I was kept informed the whole time while at the hospital and impressed with their knowledge, empathy and good humour. The facilities were very good and being able to quickly have an ECG and CT Scan within a few hours of arriving in A&E was a credit to the NHS.

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Response from United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Dear LA Dave,

Thank you for taking the time to write this post, I know the staff in A&E will be pleased to read these positive comments regarding your recent visit.

Karen Hansord – A&E Sister

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