"where is the follow up"

About: King George Hospital

This is the second review I am writing, the first was thrown out probably because it it set out just how bad the treatmen was that I received was, Let try again I was transported by ambulance on a Thursday morning, I was in pain and thought it may be an apendix or urinary infection. I was sent for a scan and Xray then sent up for a bed, As I said before I was in some pain, I could not ba given any painkillers until a doctor prescribed them, but I did not see a doctor that day or indeed the next, however a young doctor did come on the friday afternoon and prescribed some cocodomol,but they did not say anything to me.

The next day was Friday and about lunchtime the doctors did finaly get to me and told me I had a kidney stone, this was news to me, all I knew is that it hurt.

A stent was inserted and I was told it would be taken out in about two weeks, I went to see my GP as he had recieved a letter from your selves, in which it stated the timetable was four months, it is now about four months and not a word, my worry is that you have forgotten me.

This is a review of your treatment of myself, and very similar to the first one, the fact you dont wish to publise it does not come as a suprise

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Response from King George Hospital

Thank you for leaving your comment on NHS Choices. I am concerned to hear about your experience, and want to make sure this investigated. Please contact me through our PALS team on 01708 435 454, or by email PALS@bhrhospitals.nhs.uk.

Yours sincerely

Dr Nadeem Moghal

Medical Director

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