"Terrible antenatal department"

About: The Royal London Hospital

I received my antenatal care at Royal London for 30 weeks of my twin pregnancy then transferred to Kings College. Royal London antenatal department are terrible. They failed to tell me I need anti D vaccination, they never told me anything about getting the whooping cough vaccine, they didn't give me the results of my glucose tolerance test and also I have to say that some of the reception staff in there are so unbelievably rude. I've never experienced such degrading and sarcastic staff in any hospital before. I would never recommend anyone to have a baby here and I'm so glad I transferred my care to Kings college hospital.

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Response from The Royal London Hospital


I am sorry to hear that you did not have a good experience with your antenatal care at The Royal London. We have taken your feedback seriously and shared with the team in an effort to improve the experience for women.

I wish you and your twins all the very best care at Kings College Hospital.

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