About: King's College Hospital (Denmark Hill)

I spent 3 days in pain bleeding uncontrollably. I called an ambulance which came and decided that I needed to go into the hospital. When I got there I was not checked to see if I was ok, I was left in my own blood for hours before they told me that someone else needed the bed. They put me on the floor in the hallway and didn't come back. I was left to drift in and out of consciousness and lose enormous amounts of blood. I wasn't even given painkillers. Every hour my waiting time increased while people who came in after me were being seen. I then had to walk home after still not being seen and was still bleeding intensely and still in excruciating pain. I don't advice you there. I'm seeing a specialist who thinks if my body has been severely affected then it will be a court proceeding.

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Response from King's College Hospital (Denmark Hill)

I am very sorry to hear about your experience in our A&E Department.

We would like to investigate this further but in order to do so you will need to contact us so that we can find out a little more from you.

If you would like to talk to someone please contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service on 020 3299 3601 or via email to kch-tr.PALS@nhs.net

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