"ward 30"

About: Arrowe Park Hospital

Our son has complex learning difficulties he was admitted to Ward 30.

The staff where kind considerate and very caring.

He was on the ward for six and a half weeks.

They got to know him they always asked him what he wanted.

They were patient funny always popped into his room to ask how he was even if they were not looking after him that day.

The cleaners and tea ladies were lovely.

Everyone praised him and made him feel very special.

I wish every ward was like this.

They asked us how best to help him and they listened.

Thank you for making a very difficult time so much easier.

Story from NHS Choices

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Response from Arrowe Park Hospital

Thank you for your positive comments regarding your son's stay on Ward 30, which we have been pleased to fed back to the ward sister and matron.

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