"A&E visit Thursday 3rd October 2013"

About: St Helier Hospital

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Arrived at St Helier at 7pm with my 13 year old son who had hurt his wrist. Signed in at reception and directed straight away to children's A&E. On arrival seen quickly by triage nurse who spoke directly to my son. Shortly thereafter given X-ray form. On arrival at X-ray department seen immediately and X-rays taken. Back to children's A&E where we had a fairly short wait to see a doctor who diagnosed a broken wrist. Through to treatment area where A&E nurse applied back slab cast, information leaflet given. Back to reception to make appointment for fracture clinic. From arrival to discharge 2 hours. Very impressed with service and treatment received. Must keep this A&E department open. Best in the area.

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Response from St Helier Hospital

Thank you for your positive feedback - always good to hear from happy patients! Thank you. We hope your son has made a full and speedy recovery. Dr James Marsh Joint Medical Director

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