"Coming back soon"

About: St George's Hospital (Tooting) / Maternity care

I have birth on 2.07.2016 but only nów found the minutes to say thank you. I had amazing care from the moment I arrived (I had to be Inducted) many thanks to the member of staff on "waiting ward" that helps woman with constructions and get ready for actual labour. The member of staff was patient and kind even that I was behaving like wild animal. At the end gave me huge hug which really helped me to calm down. Thank you for your hard work. Thank you to my midwife. I was afraid of their age but they made me feel like at home- was professional, suggested tea and coffe to my husband. Explained every single step of the action. Many thanks to a doctor who helped with forcep delivery (my little one had cord around her neck). I didn't take name sorry.

Many thanks doctor for making quick and right life saving decision.

Thanks to midwife that was informing me reg my baby when I was panicking (my babt was diagnosed with strep-b).

Thank you everyone - cleaners, midwives, kitchen staff. All helpers that don't leave you there with screaming baby alone. Many many thanks. You saved my baby and I have no words to say thank you.

I'm coming back in January 2018 and can't imagine better place surraunded by amazing people that care. Not just come 9-6 and live. I have so much respect to all of you.

Mum of Amelia (she had strep-B diagnose)

Story from NHS Choices


Response from St George's Hospital (Tooting)

Dear Lidia.

Good morning and thank you so much for taking the time to post these lovely comments about your experience at St George's which will be shared with the team. With best wishes to you and Amelia and we look forward to seeing you again in January.

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