"Admissions Ward B3"

About: Queen's Medical Centre / Accident and emergency

On the 11th Steptember I was admitted to Admissions Ward B3 with severe stomach pains. This is an Admissions Ward. Every new patient who arrives has individual, critical problems! The work for the nurses and doctors is intense and relentless. The staff on B3 where remarkable. Efficient, knowlegdable and, above all, friendly and caring. So my heart-felt thanks to all. But a very special mention must go to one member of staff. Extremely knowledgable in their field. A tireless worker with a wonderful sense of humour, which time and time again lifted me out of my physical discomfort. Well done! Thank Goodness for our marvellous NHS!!

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Response from Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Thanks so much for getting in touch and singing the praises of our team on Ward B3 at QMC. I’ve shared your kind words with the team, who are grateful that you have taken the time to get in touch. We hope you are feeling much better.

Sending our best wishes

Helen Malia

Ward Manager B3 and Matron, Acute Medicine