"Dignity until the end."

Anything else?

My Nan went in to the Intensive care unit the team are fantastic.

The nurses were always there looking after her, the nurses give us personal space when saying goodbye to our Nan.

There such a great team they kept washing her even when the life support machine was turned off, this kept her dignity which was great.

The support from the team was fantastic.

It was really appreciated and this made the whole situation easy to cope with.

The Dr was very supportive after wards and took the family down to the mortuary to see my Nan.

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Response from Queen Elizabeth Hospital Woolwich

Thank you for your comment, and I am very sorry for loss. We are pleased that our colleagues at QE looked after your Nan and your family so well. We will pass on your comments to them.

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