"Thank you ambulatory care ward"

About: Royal Victoria Hospital / General medicine

(as the patient),

Well, some months ago, I was told I had too much iron in my blood. So went to Ambulatory care, where 13-14 weeks ago the staff started to take blood off me 500ml - 600ml per week. oh sorry, my iron count was 3440. I went every week and started coming down today, but I have just been informed it is now 47.

So what I'm trying to say is a VERY BIG THANK YOU TO ALL THE STAFF IN THAT UNIT, you don't know how much you've done for me and you on my Xmas list.

Thank you!

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Response from Steven Hams, Deputy Chief Nurse and Head of Quality, East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

Thank you for providing us with your feedback, it was great to read that you are on the mend! I wll pass on your comments to our Ambulatory Care Team who I know will be really pleased to recieve your comments.

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