"Aspergers syndrome"

About: Friarage Hospital Site

All staff should go on an autism awareness course as I was told by the surgeon that i would definitely be leaving with a cast no matter how the surgery went yet after the operation i woke with a bandage on and told i wouldnt get a cat... also all staff up to the operation and in recovery room were spot on...but after transfering to ward staff didnt communicate and some treated me like some dumb child.. i am 29.. My operation was pin in skafoid bone right hand on tuesday 24th may.. addmitted 7.30am that morning...

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Response from Friarage Hospital Site

Good afternoon

Thank you for contacting the South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust via the NHS Choices Website.

I am very sorry for your recent experience at the Friarage Hospital, Northallerton.

Your anonymous comments have been passed on to the Orthopaedic Department at the Friarage Hospital so they are aware of how you were made to feel.

Please contact the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) with further details if you would like to receive feedback on the concerns you have raised.

PALS can be contacted on 01642 854807, 9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday or via email on pals@stees.nhs.uk

Please accept my apologies for your experience.

Thank you for contacting the Trust.

Margaret Robinson

IG and Patient Safety Advisor

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