"Excellent Maternity Services"

About: Queen's Hospital (Romford)

I gave birth on 27.03.2016 in the maternity ward. All the midwifes were really caring in antenatal ward, labour ward and postnatal. I'm especially very thankful to the midwife who spotted the compliacations during the second stage of the labour and took quick action. Due to their experience and help I managed to deliver a heathy baby.The whole team of doctors, nurses and a midwives worked very well together. After the labour

I wasn't well and the midwife gave me plenty of time to recover before moving me to postnatal ward. I felt

I was treated as if were their daughter.

In Queens Hospital I also attended antenatal , waterbirth, breasfeeding, and relaxation classes in Birth Centre. They were all very informative and all midwifes were very helpful and took time to answer all the questions.I found all he information given very useful during the labour and after when now I need to look after the baby.

I also had to go to Maternity Triage once and

I just wanted to say that the service was good as well.

Overall I will recommend Maternity Services in Queens Hospital to my friends and family. I found it very well organised and the team work was excellent. I'm very grateful that I have the heathy baby and I can't thank people who looked after me enough. Well done!

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Response from Queen's Hospital

First of all I would like to start by saying congratulations on the birth of your baby.

I’m delighted to hear about your experience, thank you for taking the time to comment on your care. It’s wonderful to know that everyone treated you well, I am very proud of everyone in the maternity department as they have worked extremely hard to make sure that all our patients we care for get a positive experience. I will ensure that your comments are passed onto them, thank you one again for taking the time to make us aware of your experience.

Yours sincerely

Kathryn Halford

Chief Nurse

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