About: St James's University Hospital

What I liked

I had a laparoscopy in a private hospital, was not offered anti-emetic with anaesthetic & was invited to leave only 4 hours after operation. At St. James, the anaesthetist consulted me properly, I had no nausea afterwards, and - apart from some delay getting painkillers from the nightshift staff - the care was excellent throughout. My compliments and thanks to the staff.

What could be improved

It seems a little odd that only one nurse on duty was allowed to give pain relief. Another patient in the ward had to wait two hours in considerable pain before getting relief.

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Response from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Dear Rose George

Leeds Teaching Hospitals would like to thank you for taking the time to place these positive comments. Your feedback is very valuable to us.

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