"Short spell in neonatal"

About: Royal Hampshire County Hospital

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I gave birth to my second child at Winchester early in September. It was a quick labour which unfortunately ended in emergency c-section. He was exactly 4 weeks premature, so right on the cut-off for transferring us straight to post-natal GH ward rather than neonates. The labour team were fab, brilliant midwives, the ward was very busy but the team coped well. Although in hindsight I think we were sent home far too early for a slightly prem baby, and unfortunately had to be rushed back to hospital the day after I was discharged, I then thankfully went straight to neonatal where I cannot praise the team enough. They were so kind, patient, caring & supportive; and worked hard to give you as much ownership over tasks and decisions for your little one as possible. What a truly remarkable team that work down there.

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Response from Royal Hampshire County Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to leave your comments, we are always happy to hear that the hard work of our staff is having a positive experience for our patients. We have shared your comments with the teams involved in your care. Mary Edwards Chief Executive, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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