"Womens Health Unit - F16"

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I was admitted to F16 in May 2013 for a removal of an ovarian mass with TAH/BSO and lymph node dissection, and I have to say was very impressed with the way I was treated by the doctors/nurses on F16 in my appointments in the 6 weeks prior to my admittance. On the day of my surgery and the three days I was on F16 post op, my treatment by the doctors,, nurses and ward assistants could not be faulted. Even 13 days post op when I had to call the ward at F16 due to an allergic reaction to my stitches, I was re-admitted within 1 hour of my 1st call to the ward and the again the staff were very attentive, and kept me very informed as to what was going to happen. The ward was very clean, and the meal choices were better than I was expecting, and have to say I would tell any one due to be admitted to F16 not to be to concerned. Thanks

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Thank you for taking the time to post your comments on the NHS Choices Website. Please accept our apologies for the delay which has occurred in responding to your comments. Your comments will be passed on to the relevant department and staff involved in your carewho are always grateful when a patient takes the time and trouble to document their appreciation. Please don't hesitate to contact the Patient Experience Team if we can be of assistance in the future - our email address is pls@uhsm.nhs.uk Kind regards Patient Experience Team UHSM

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