"Good treatment but moved around a lot at QMC"

About: East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust Queen's Medical Centre / Accident and emergency

(as the patient),

One Thursday in February at 4.30pm I was taken by ambulance to A&E suffering from an angina attack. I was transferred to B3 ward overnight, discharged 1.30pm the next day.

Re-admitted 4.30pm with high temperature and transferred to D1 ward. On Saturday I was transferred to C51green and on Sunday transferred to C51blue where I stayed until discharged on Tuesday 8.10pm.

Treatment by the staff was good. The changes of wards was rather disconcerting in such a short time, also for visitors.

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Response from Helen Limb, Patient and Public Involvement Manager, NHS Rushcliffe Clinical Commissioning Group

Thank you for taking the time to give your story regarding your recent stay at NUH Queens Medical Centre.

I shall forward this on to the team at NUH, who are always interested to hear patient experience and try to improve this for patients.

Best wishes

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